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Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by daveb414, Nov 26, 2007.

  1. daveb414

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    heres some pics from a trip i took to colorado this summer. they were all taken in the San Juan range, near Lake City.
    I would love feedback, C&C is welcome. Thanks.

    1. a waterfall from a mountain stream. [​IMG]

    2. the stream down from the waterfall
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    3. Looking back at Handies peak, and American Basin
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    4. wildflowers at the base of Redcloud Peak
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    5. view from the summit of Redcloud
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    6. American Basin.
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    7. looking up at Handies peak.
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    Wow, stunning shots! #1 and #2 seem over exposed but the rest are fantastic. Are any of these HDR's?
     
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    Fantastic!
     
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    Beautiful shots. I love numbers 3 and 6 especially. You really captured the vastness and drama of Colorado's landscape well.
     
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    Thanks! ya, the first 2 were difficult, because i was sort of shooting into the sun, which blew them out some. none of them were hdr, i have tried it before, but i havent ever seemed to get it to work right...but i think that it could really work well in some of these situations. thanks again for the comments!
     
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    Very nice. Makes me want to go there.

    Eric
     
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    3,4,5 & 6 are fantastic.

    The first two seem like they may be over exposed and not at the most flattering angle. If you have the chance to shoot the first two again I believe you can make them better.
     
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    would love to see the first 2 but pass on using such a wide angle lens this time..... all are very pretty scenes
     

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