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  1. Tantalus

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    I find these two photos interesting. I do perfer 1 over 2.
     
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    Thanks oldnavy :)
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Where did your light for these come from?
    They look bright, yet it seems like you had enough time for a long exposure to get the swirl in 1. That swirl is FASCINATING! But the colour temperature is a bit "cool" ... I wonder whether you used flash?
     
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    loving that 1st shot !!!
     
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    It was a cloudy day in the morning, raining quite heavily in fact with a bit of wind. I wanted to capture the movement of the leaves so I used f22 iso100 and 30sec exposure. the wet and shiny look was probably due to the rain, I didn't use a flash. I took it in raw so during the conversion I adjust the constrast and brightness as well.
     

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