Two with moving water and a landscape for C&C

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  1. fokker

    fokker No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    1. Huka falls in Taupo, New Zealand (where I live).
    ISO100, ND8 filter +CPL, 35mm, f/29, 1/2 s - Canon 17-85
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    2. Aratiatia hydro dam, Taupo. 3 shots bracketed and HDR'd in photomatix.
    ISO100, ND8 + CPL, f/22, 4 sec exposures (roughly), 24mm - Canon 17-85
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    3. Craters of the moon, Taupo - geothermal activity
    ISO100, CPL, 10mm, f/14, 1/40 s - Sigma 10-20mm
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  2. ecnal

    ecnal TPF Noob!

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    I love #1 and #3. The vibrance of the color of the water in 1 looks great.

    #2 doesn't have the 'feel' to it that #1 has. It seems a bit flat and the horizontal line of the concrete is off.

    #3 gives a very good feel of depth, I'd say. Colors are vibrant and rich
     
  3. MACollum

    MACollum TPF Noob!

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    +1

    #2 is very soft also.
     
  4. altitude604

    altitude604 TPF Noob!

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    agreed on #1 and #3 being the best.
     

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