Brooks, Alberta - Aqueduct

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  1. moliver

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    Here's a few pics from the Aqueduct in Brooks, Alberta. This was my first time shooting Fuji Reala 100, and I think it was a bad choice for most of the photos, but here's a couple of my favorites.

    1)Fuju Reala 100 1/250, f5.6, 50mm
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    2)Fuju Reala 100 1/1000, f4, 28mm
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    3)Fuju Reala 100 1/60, f11, 35mm
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    The third one is my favourite although I think they need to go through an editor to brighten the colours, maybe dodge and burn them so they look better.

    Hope this helps,

    David
     
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    In my opinion, this location has great potential if the sky isn't so dull, and you find the right angle. Re-shooting at a different time of day and cropping might be of some help also.
     
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    I agree with Ranmyaku. Perhaps a day with a blue sky, and the use of a circular polarizer (I love mine!), will really make that shot pop. Keep it up.
     
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    Thanks everyone. It's very cool place, but finding that angle was hard, and yeah, the sky made everything feel pretty 'bleah' the entire day.

    It's about two hours outside the city so I doubt I'll be going back any time soon. I'll probably make another trip up there once there's some snow on the ground however.
     

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