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  1. KenCo

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    TFL.
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    i love it
     
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    The sun coming through the trees at the top makes the top part of the photo seem a little washed out. Not quite the calibur Im used to seeing from one of your images, but I still like it a lot.

    The water has a nice motion effect as usual. Did you blur and use a blending mode with this?

    Very nice.

    NJ
     
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    Arch Damn You! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I disagree, the sun's brightness adds another dimension to the photo and fills the sky space well, adding more interest to the shot. Also its not washing out anything important.
    I like the colours in this version ken, good job. :thumbup:
     
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    awesome
     
  6. KenCo

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    Thanks guys, I appreciate the feedback. I was a little unsure on this one and still am I suppose....Which is why I posted and hoped you'd help me out here.

    Thanks njman and Archie.....
    I kind of agree with both of you here :lol:. I think NJ is right about the flare being a little too much but the light was deliberate to add that other dimension Archie talks of.
    I have added a re-processed version, still not sure but if anyone has any thoughts on these I'd love to hear them.

    The first btw was an hdr (3 shots) and the re-processed is just from a single shot.

    Thanks again.
    Ken.
     
  7. Tennessee Landscape

    Tennessee Landscape TPF Noob!

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    I really like it....is that double exposed, or some other effect? Either way, really cool.
     
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    abraxas No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I like the second. I think it's because the shot seems a bit richer to me.
     
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    I think I like the second shot better too. Now that I look at them both, I almost want to say that HDR wasnt even really necessary. You achieved beautiful tones and color with just 1 exposure. But they both have their good qualities.

    Thanks for sharing both for comparison! Good learning experience. :)

    NJ
     

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