Oxbow Sunrise

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  1. ccd333

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    From Oxbow Bend, Mt. Moran and company.....Grand Teton National Park.

    Sony DSC-W1
    ISO 100
    1/100s
    f/5.6
    Manfrotto 676B monopod

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    Beautiful scene, really. My only question is why such a large aperture if you were at 1/100? I would think you could get a deeper DOF with a smaller aperture. Maybe it would get the trees in the background a little sharper. Nice shot.
     
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    A small boost in saturation might really make this pop.

    Man I need to get back outdoors in the mountains where I harken from.... (not Texas)

    Really beautiful scene, and nice capture.
     
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    RtS, the aperture range at widest angle on my W1 is 2.8-5.6. It's a point and shoot and has limited manual controls. For the most part, I can take some pretty good shots with it, particularly considering its limitations.

    I kinda like the more subtle tones the softer image portrays here.....it definitely represents the serenity of that morning.
     
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    Well done. I was only surprised at the aperture, assuming it was an SLR! Again, nice scene.
     
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    i like the soft colors and the reflection - if it were mine i would crop a little of the foreground -
     
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    A very nice shot, but if I was there I think I would of stood a little closer to the shore to cut out more of that foreground then you would not need to crop.

    :cheers:
     

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