Two new pics. C&C?

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  1. Michaelintraining

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    Here's two new pictures of mine. Hope you all like them :thumbup:

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    The first one looks ok but it seems like it lacks anything interesting. The second one came out really nice. It looks great.
     
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    Thanks, looking back on the second one i wish i had a longer shutter speed now for the water. Oh well, i'll learn :)
     
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    I like #2. Very tropical looking.
     
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    If you'd seen where it was taken you'd never believe it was the same place. I guess its ust one of those places that are hard to find but are there.
     
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    For #2, the edge of the water right before the waterfall looks a little blown out. Also, there is some pretty strong sun glare on some of the rocks. Using a circular polarizer would help cut those down. It would also make the foliage pop a little more.
     
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    Agreed... every camera should come with one of those filters automatically.
     

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