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  1. citjet

    citjet TPF Noob!

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    Recent rains caused this stream to be very full and a bit tricky to navigate. I did struggle a little with the white balance and tried to concentrate on composition.

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  2. whaou

    whaou TPF Noob!

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    Nice shots!!!
    I really like the second photo...
    The red leafs on rocks at the foreground are intesresting!!
    A really awesome place!!!
     
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    They don't look any different then any other fall stream shots.
     
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    Well, ok.. whatever.
     
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    JOSHardson No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    The first feels a little green and the last two feel a little yellow... Besides the white balance this is a really good set...
     
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    The first one was off for sure displaying a green tint, the others were closer to correct because I had to manage the water showing up true due to the mud and silt that was mixed with the water. So more is learned for sure. :)
     
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    You mentioned composition... in that sense I prefer # 2 and #4. How long were each of the exposures?

    -David
     
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    Nice pictures. I really like #2!
     
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    number 1 is what I like... its because I have to do about it hehehe!

    thanks
     
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    All of them were between 8 and 10 sec exposures using two different lenses. ISO 200 with some exposure compensation +/-.
     
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    citjet TPF Noob!

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    I forgot to mention that the greenish tint is a problem with exposures since the camera see's the green hue that is from moss that covers everything out here. Its such a dominant color.
     
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    Well you didn't ask for critque I know, but just how would you like people to respond?
     

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