HDR of a late winter stream here in Newfoundland

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  1. sinjans

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    Any C&C would be nice. Cheers folks

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    17-40L at f18-22
    B+W Kaesemann CPL
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    RAW files converted in Photomatix and post in CS3
     

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    I like it and love the colors.
     
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    hey buddy. I am also from Newfoundland. Nice shot. We are so lucky to have such beauty around us, to capture
     
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    I wouldnt exactly call this a photograph but more a piece of art. You have really captured the feeling of the moment with the rushing water. The colors are excellent and overall I like the over the top processing you have done. A wall hanger for sure.
     
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    Thanks people.

    Tias,

    its nice to see a fellow newfoundlander here. there are a few of us on here that i'm aware of from NL.


    I hear you on that. That seems to be the standard comments you see on HDR. I like to blend a few together every now and then. They seem to go over very well with the general public, but photographers tend to give the one eyebrow. understandable i guess.

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