The Canadian Rockies,Banff

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    A few from a recent visit to the rocks.
    Crituqe, rework, comments welcomed.
    All shots taken with a Canon 20d and a sigma 10-20 sporting a polarizer.
    Light was very harsh for most of these.

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    I'm vasilating on this one, I was going for the reflection and fall colors, but I think it is a little too busy?:confused:
     
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    Great shot. I see what you mean about the light. It could use a bit more fall color to spice it up but otherwise very nicely done.
     
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    Would look better with some snow on the mountain!
    f5.6,,,A little too much forground maybe?
     
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    Hello Dylan.
    I bumped the saturation just a tad, I should have got the 3 fir trees a little off centre I'm thinking.
     
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    This one is a bit blown out, but I really like the array of greens,(not worked on)

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    I,m thinking its time to buy an nd filter or 2,,hey Christmas is coming,,hmmm:)

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    no no I like the fir trees right where they are. Problem is they don't show any fall colors. Really everything is just right except for the one thing you couldn't control. Nature. She puts her trees where ever she wants em. Nice work. Regarding the second picture, I would crop out the foreground and give the tree's a bit more saturation. That should lead the viewer right to the mountain. Bummer about the snow.
     
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    I( must have been editing my post when you wrote that lol)
     
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    Not too bothered realy about the snow,,it is falling as we speak. sob
     
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    And one for all you cloud addicts.
    Bow Falls ,just behind the Banff springs hotel.
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