oak creek crossing

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  1. sedonaaz

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    This is my favorite spot. In the summer we come down here to swim. CC is always welcome.

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    I like the composition, but the foreground is a bit too dark IMHO.


    I love oak creek :)
     
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    Agreed

    You say you come here often? I would re-create the same shot, at a different time of day. Or possibly try an HDR, you might get more detail out of the rock formations.
     
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    It's a nice shot (I live 20 minutes from there) but I would crop the bottom to see just the grass, not the dirt or rocks, and punch up the colors in Photoshop.

    Have Fun,
    Jeff

    P.S. Personally, I wouldn't get any of that water into my eyes, ears, mouth or nose, especially in the summer time. This is because every house upstream from this site is on a septic system, and in the summer Slide Rock (upstream) is closed for a couple of weeks due to the high concentration of human waste in the water. Better safe than sorry.
     
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    I really like the setting but I would increase the warm tones or saturation a bit, the mountain just look a bit flat.
     
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    Nice reflection but as the others have said, crop some off the bottom and play with the saturations a bit.
     

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