" Stream-Stroll "

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  1. New England Moments

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    well this one could very well draw me an ear full, bad & good, but would like to hear the opinions.... The lighting in the woods is always different, and you can see in this one , it really filters thru the trees....

    I love the saturation the woods offers , but guess with this one , well, I'm just mixed on lighting...

    your Thoughts?







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    the way the shadows fall on the rocks is kinda of distracting...but you did a great job. I like the water at the front the best.
     
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    Stream shots are really tough. Arguably you have to hit them in the shadows. In this case I think there is too much going on.

    Love & Bass
     
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    Pretty nice pic, i often find shots of woods never seem to come out right, it can look cool to the eye but in camera it just looks like a jumble of browns and greens with your eyes never really finding anything to look at.
     

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