Ice Queen

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  1. Zada

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    I love the textures in the second one the best! All around nice captures!
     
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    Those are great.
     
  4. Zada

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    Thanks so much! I appreciate your feedback :)


    Thank you!!


    Does anyone have any suggestions that would improve them?
     
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    The second one rocks!

    No, I can't think of anything that you could have done better.
     
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    I like #3 its a gorgeous scenic shot. I also like #1, the ice right at the shore line has a cool satin look to it, but I Love #2 --- Perfection!
     
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    #2 is cool!
     
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    They are all great, but I *LOVE* #3...
     
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    these look cool Zada. I think if you had a slower shutter on 2 so it softened the running water it would look even more interesting.
     
  10. Zada

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    Thanks! The ice sure made for a different subject that day :)

    1 is my favorite... those triangle things looked so neat to me! Although it didn't come out quite how I imagined it would. Thanks for your feedback!

    Thanks :)

    Thank you ! Alberta is great for scenic pictures!

    That is a great tip!! I'll try it next time I go out :) Hopefully the ice hasn't all melted! I would imagine you'd need a tripod for that tho?
     
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    Awesome, nice job. I like the last 2 the best.
     
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    Yes, you'll need a tripod. You might have to bump up the aperture so you can get the shutter slow enough. I use a ND filter for this. Be careful tho. If the shutter is too slow the water will over expose.
     

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