Cold Dark Woods

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  1. citjet

    citjet TPF Noob!

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    Stood in a freeeeezing cold creek to get the angle I wanted and froze my tail off!

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    hi i love the dreamy effect of the water and the intent to keep it silky however i do find the image a bit under exposed. Those mossy parts in the stones should be vibrant and that would be pefect in contrast to the water..
     
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    Very nice. I think the best part of photography is the memory you had taking the shot.
     
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    Well it paid off, nice work, I can feel the cold when I look at your images. :thumbup:
     
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    It was difficult to capture the moss any brighter other than to expose it longer which I probobly should have. It was an 8 sec exposure but I didnt want to over expose the other details in the shot.
     

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