Lake trees

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  1. Kyuss

    Kyuss TPF Noob!

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    Just looking for a little C&C. I went to a little park the other day and took some photos of the ducks and swampy area.

    I came home and really didn't like any that I took. My favorite one was this one. But all the other ones turned out overexposed. The highlights are too bright.

    The lighting I was in was when the sun was going down and the exposures really didn't turn out that well.

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  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Well, I can't say anything about the other photos you took but I can certainly say that I like what I see here and I don't feel you got your exposure wrong on this one. It was a tricky light situation, that much is obvious, but here the greens look lovely, the scene looks peaceful, and the trunks are interesting. I can't say I have ever seen trees like this before.
     
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    I'm curious how it would have come out if you made a slightly longer exposure to soften the water ripples. It might have looked even better then. It still looks quite interesting frozen in time as it is.
     
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    I love this shot. Nice saturated colors and nice reflection.
     

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