Chilliwack River

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  1. naughtybunny

    naughtybunny TPF Noob!

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    Pic with post-processing.

    C&C are welcome.

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    beautiful shot I love the colors
     
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    There's potential for a really nice image here, but I don't think you've quite got it. The colours appear artificially intense (over-saturation) and the rock in the foreground, while an excellent feature, would benefit from being offset to one side or the other. This is a case, especially with the river-bank where the rule of thirds should be taken as a rule. I see you're using a P&S so you may be limited in the manual settings you can apply, but if you get the chance, try this again with a much longer shutter speed (using a tripod of course). I would guess around 2 seconds, and that will give you the nice, smooth flowing water effect you see in many water images.

    It's definitely a good image, but I think it could be better.

    Just my $00.02 worth - your milage may vary.

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    Tons of thanks. Sure it could be better. I will shoot it again this fall with my new toys. :blushing:
     
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    agreed with above posters, and also it looks like there is some camera shake, was this hand-held?
     
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    Yes. I was shooting with my old Canon P & S.
     

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