Which valley shot is the best?

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  1. Jeremy Z

    Jeremy Z No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I think I like #3 the best because of the mulitple old bridge supports, but I kind of like #1 too... I don't know.
     
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    I think #1 would be if the support wasn't there.
     
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    The first, for sure, for exposure as well as composition reasons.
     
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    i do not like number 2 at all.. since thise "support" is neither in nor out the image. looks like you could not decide there ;)

    i terms of foregrounde lighting i prefer the 3rd one, but composition-wise and regarding the sky the first one is clearly the best. So I think if you give that support in the first one a slight brightening-up, so it becomes more than just a shade in the image ...
     
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    i would definatly say number 1, it's correctly exposed and the foreground is nice.
     
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    They all seem nice to me, I like looking at them all.
     
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    1 or 3 sorry can't decide
     
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    definitely #1, what shutter speed did you use?
     
  9. Jeremy Z

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    I don't know. I'll admit that I had it on program and didn't pay attention. :blushing: It was zoomed all the way back, so I could've gotten away with about 1/30 or 1/45 of a second.

    Those shots were all taken in Deals Gap, TN, near The Dragon.
     

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