Stream and bridge

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  1. dab_20

    dab_20 TPF Noob!

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    I went to the mountains today to take some photos. I've only been doing manual for about 3 days, but I attempted to give the water a 'movement' look. I didn't have my tripod so these are the only ones that turned out. I haven't really figured out how to set the settings so the bright parts of the picture aren't blown out and the dark aren't underexposed. Any advice on that would also be appreciated. Please, any C&C is welcome.

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    I love the textures. esp the water.
    drool-worthy.
    the yellow-ish tint does bug me, but it's still beautiful.
     
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    Thanks.Yeah, every time I use manual there is a yellow tint to it... I don't know why.
     

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