" Testing The Waters?"

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  1. New England Moments

    New England Moments TPF Noob!

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    Here we go, lets see what happens...

    • Focal length: 8.9mm (35mm equivalent: 35mm)
    • Exposure time: 1.000 s
    • Aperture: f/5.0
    • ISO equiv.: 50
    • Whitebalance: Auto
    • Metering Mode: spot
    • Exposure: Manual



    Dappled Deep Woods'



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  2. kundalini

    kundalini Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    You got the water spot on.
     
  3. marcuspeddle

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    This is a very good photograph, in my opinion. A couple of spots in the water are blown but perhaps that's unavoidable here. Also, I would try this photograph without the woods at the top of the picture. They are fairly uninteresting and take focus away from the the really interesting part of the photograph, that beautiful stream.
    Just my opinion. Thanks for sharing.
     
  4. Kanikula

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    Nice :)
     
  5. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Well, this is a beautiful spot. No doubt.
    And you managed to capture rushing water in the way that I have so far never managed to get it. (I always come by rushing waters when my tripod is at home :shock: --- so despite my attempts to maybe tell my body it can have me handhold a full second ... erm ... it can't :er: ).

    I like the trees at the top. They are trees. They are green and they therefore tell me MUCH, for example, where you found this stream (in the woods), so I really appreciated that bit of added context!

    And where have you BEEN?
    Oh. Oops. This is Critiqual Analysis.
    So don't reply to my question.
    And I hope the tone of my comment wasn't too chatty for this special forum!?!?!?!?
     
  6. New England Moments

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    Thanks each of you!! Much Appreciated!
     

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