Portage Valley yet again

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  1. Geronimo

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    Went shooting with my brother today in and around the Portage Valley area.


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    I know this last one looks titled a bit, but it is dead level. Just the lake curving on me.

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    geez, what a beautiful place Geronimo, the colors are vivid! was that a flash in the first?
     
  3. JonK

    JonK I want MORE!!

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    Very nice. super saturation yet not overdone. :thumbup:
     
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    great shot of a beautiful place!
     
  5. Geronimo

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    Thanks guys for the comments.

    JonMikal, Yes that first I popped a flash off, trying to add to the fireweed since most of the sunlight was striking the opposite side.

    JonK, I was glad I did bring my polorizer this day. Just worked like a champ on these.
     
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    Great series Gero...

    #3 is my fav.
     
  7. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Can't but agree with Daniel, No.3 has something special about it - though it feels a tad oversharpened. But that could also be my failing eye sight (at my age - imagine!)

    All in all, though, they are all beautiful, same as the countryside you were in.
     
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    Great shots. Love all the colours, but Im really digging these shots.
     
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    Awesome colour combo. Great looking photos Geronimo. What a beautiful spot. :thumbup:
     
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    Nice filters. What kind of camera do you have???
     
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    Thanks for the comments

    LaFoto,
    I had the same feeling about it, but I think the biggest thing that nags me about that one is the Focal point is a tad off.

    DallasTT
    I got a Cannon 300d right now. Wishing for a 20d though
     
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    The first frame is out of this world!!! Beautiful valley!

    I am still trying to figure out why someone would take a vertical landscape shot.
     

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