Fall colors on lake #1...

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  1. sscoulter

    sscoulter TPF Noob!

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    Lake #1 in the Lakewood


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    C&C Please.


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  2. Alex_B

    Alex_B No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Exposure appears nice on both ones, it could need a bit more contrast though to get that velvia feeling ;)

    Composition is not exciting, but OK with the first one. It lacks a bit tension and the fact that the leaves in the upper right corner cover most of the sky makes the image look a bit crowded.

    The second one however, seems odd to me ... again it is the foreground leaves which cover so much of the sky, and this time even overlap strongly with the background trees. Just my personal impression.

    did you try shooting from a lower point?
     
  3. RKW3

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    The trees seem to look slightly over-exposed on my monitor. Maybe you should go into photoshop and darken the highlights?

    That's just being picky though. Good shots, the reflections are nice. (the colors aer too :D)
     
  4. sscoulter

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    Thanks for the replies, good tips. Here is another one from the same day:

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    I do like all of them but they all seem to lack depth in color. I think alittle post processing would do wonders.. :)
     

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