FROZEN RIVER! Comments Please.

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  1. feRRari4756

    feRRari4756 TPF Noob!

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    **srry for the random numbers, still use the numbers though**
     
  2. nikki2291

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    I really like the POV for #2 but I think that the ice at the edge of the river is over exposed...it seems really bright.
    Well done though!

    ~Nikki~
     
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    I really like number 2. Did you add the blurring during pp?
     
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    feRRari4756 TPF Noob!

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    THANKS! No, it is so blurred because I used my f/1.8 50 mm
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Unfortunately, though, that specific second photo is also totally overexposed on the snow... or ice, for that matter. See, it is sooo brightly white, there is not a single bit of detail left there.
    Same applies to both sky and ice in the photo next to it.
    The fourth is quite "blah" subjectwise.
    The fifth has nice different areas, divided by lines, white ice, rocky ice, smoother water, rougher water, water with reflection etc., which extends to the top of the bridge, but what bit of sky THEN shows is unnecessary here, I feel.

    My favourite is the first.
    Nice abstractness given. Detail all there.
    And for once I like the division in two parts.
     
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    #1 and #10 have my vote, although I would have rotated #1 90 degrees (stones at the bottom)
     
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    I like #1 and #2. I agree the highlights in #2 are a little blown out, but it's a nice angle.
     
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    I am with bdavis, 1 & 2 are great!
     
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    Number #1 has potential, but seems to me like it's in the wrong orientation. #10 (7) would be nice if you could get closer to the subject. Also try enhancing the colors on photos like #4,5,6.
     
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    Thanks everybody!

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