Water!!! Lots of Water!

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  1. Intelevend

    Intelevend TPF Noob!

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    So i just started taking pictures a week ago so I dont knwo anything. Please be as harsh as posible with your critiques so i can learn. If you like tell me that too :)

    Critiques here or on dA.

    Light Up the Falls
    http://intelevend.deviantart.com/art/Light...-Falls-93630841
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    Canada Lights Eh?
    http://intelevend.deviantart.com/art/Canada-Lights-93630614
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    Canada Falls
    http://intelevend.deviantart.com/art/Canad...lls-Eh-93630333
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    White Waters
    http://intelevend.deviantart.com/art/White-Waters-93630106
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    Rushing Falls
    http://intelevend.deviantart.com/art/Rushing-Falls-93629701
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    Thoughts? Comments?
     
  2. richy

    richy TPF Noob!

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    that first pic looks amazing!

    and i quite like that black area at the top of the fall in the pic before the last one... the fact that it's surrounded by all this white makes it look like a mountain poping out from clouds...
     
  3. tirediron

    tirediron Watch the Birdy! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Thoughts per req:

    1. Very good, although it is a bit under-exposed.

    2. Won't display

    3. Lost detail in the clouds; a perfect situation for the use of a graduated neutral density filter. Also note the way the fall is 'falling' to image left and the river running uphill. Always try and level your horizons in post.

    4, 5. Nice image, however it looks rather like you've exposed for the people and the near shore rather than the highlights of the water. There's considerable detail which could be extracted from the water with some careful post.

    Good work. Keep at it; looking forward to more!

    Just my $00.02 worth - your milage may vary.

    ~John
     
  4. rjackjames

    rjackjames TPF Noob!

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    1. seems a little underexposed. All the other images i think you did good and good luck in ur photography.
     

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