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  1. KenCo

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    Taken Sunday Morning...5 shot hdr.
    17mm, F16, 0.5s - 6s, Iso 100.

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    TFL.
    Ken.
     
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    Pure.
     
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    This one really speaks to me of 'spring'. As a kid, I used to love walking along the local creekbed in the spring, walking across fallen logs, crossing the narrower parts by jumping from rock to rock, examining the moss, catching tadpoles, looking for bird's nests etc. This shot, at a glance, brings back all those memories. It's a nicely composed shot, and the HDR makes it all so detailed.
     
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    Very nice

    tim

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  5. KenCo

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    I've shot this place a few times, really is a nice relaxing location and many fallen trees crossing that stream. I never caught any of the wild life but in the couple of hours I was there, I seen squirels playing across the fallen trees, a weasel searching for food and loads of small birds such as dippers and wagtails taking a bath. Got many more shots from here and hope to post some later.
    Thanks very much for your comments.
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    Really nice shot, good job on the hdr, it looks very natural.
     
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    Nice HDR! Its a very subtle effect, which is good! :D
     
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    Wow.. thats a cool shot. It brings me a good mood
     
  9. ashfordphoto

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    that's an HDR done right! the very bottom leaf bothers me a tad. Not a lot, just a tad. It's a great picture, though.

    (I really have no idea how HDR works, but I'm not a fan of the fake looking HDR pictures, hence - I think yours is done right :))
     
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    I agree with ashfordphoto. There's alot of unrealistic/fantasy hdrs out there.

    This is totally realistic and more like how our eyes would really see it in real life.

    I can't wait for spring to get here!
     
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    Thanks guys, pleased you like it.
    Oh and I agree about the bottom leaf....think there is some movement in it also.
    Ken.
     

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