Maui C&C

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  1. rodman

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  2. Beth81

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    OMG I love these pictures. So beautiful. Where were these pictures taken?
     
  3. Jaszek

    Jaszek No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Don't really like the 1st one. The second one is great
     
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    Great shots...:thumbup:

    The second is very well done..

    The first one is all about the water effect and so the top portion should be cropped out...it adds too much to the shot and confuses the viewer on what he should be looking at..
     
  5. rodman

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    They were taken on the Road to Hana in Maui.
     
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    Good point! Consider it done! :thumbup:
     
  7. seward93

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    I really like the second one.

    NOW, please be nice to me: did he get the effect of the water in the second one by having a longer exposure? I'm just getting into photography and would love to know :)
     
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    #1 is neat. #2 is nice however just a bit too blue on my end. I am not sure if its my monitor or the photo :)
     
  9. rodman

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    You got it!

    I had a 10 second exposure for that shot. :thumbup:
     
  10. Elese

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    i love #1 except for the water. If you cropped that out-they colors are great-IMO. I agree w/ #2 being too blue.
     
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    Both shots are great! I wouldn't crop the first one, as LarryD suggested. I really like the splattering water effect. It's something new and creative ;) The second one is also very nice, although I would set a slightly faster shutter speed since the first waterfall seems too blurred.
    Congrats!
     
  12. EhJsNe

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    The first one is very well exposed, took me a while to figure out what it was.. lol

    The second is a little pixelted at the right edges of the left waterfall and on the left edges of the right one. Nothing you can do about it (that im aware of), its a camera problem.

    I really like them both. Good Job!
     

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