Fall Colors At Its Best

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went for a 10 mile hike at Minnewaska State Park and snaped some pics along the way. C&C welcomed

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Pretty nice shots. My favorite of the set is #3. It has good colors and the jagged form of the rock is pretty cool.

best wishes
 

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I just love your choice of angles and my favorites are 3, 7 and 8
I wish I can be as good as you are soon;D

Can you please tell me what kind of camera you own?

Thx for sharing
 

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These are outstanding... not pretty nice.

I like the foreground elements in #1 and #7. 7's really nice - maybe a tiny bit higher up and slightly angled down would have given more separation of the red vegetation and the rocks in the foreground..

I LOVE the leading line of the cliff edge in #8.

#5 is so nice... the high perspective, the endless distance, the bands of color...

I like #3 - I might even crop some off the top - only to give the diagonal leading lines in the foreground more impact.

#4, I'd like to see leveled out. It looks like the camera wasn't even close to level and needs to be rotated clockwise. Maybe it's an optical illusion or something, but I'm going by the features in the background rock face and the slope of the waterfall itself.

Maybe too much sky in #2 - but this image kinda doesn't stand up to the other shots in the set.

Keep posting here please, you do really nice work..

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Can you please tell me what kind of camera you own?

Nikon D5000 with 18-55 kit lens for these shots.
 
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What type of filter are you using for the water in motion shots??? These are great shots! Thanks for sharing!
 

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Great fall shots looks like a amazing place to take pics at
 

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wow beautiful set of pics I liked them all:)
 

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4 seems to be crooked, or are the rocks just making it look that way?

The rest are awesome! :)
 

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Very nice pics you have posted here. I want to know the camera you are using. Could you please provide the details. Great job buddy.
 

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My only problem was with number 4 (crooked), and in the version that renzap got at, it looks much, much better. These are gorgeous. Nicely done!
 
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thanks everyone for all the comments its much appreciated i used a nikon d5000 with the kit lens

great advice reznap, definitly like the crop of #3, i shot 4 at an angle to get a little more of the water fall in but u ended up just cropping it out and never straightend the pic out, looks good like that.

didnt use any filters for the water just droped the shutter to about 1/25 and raised the f-stop.

the one thing i was kind of mad about is all the pics were shot at 800 iso which i ddnt notice till i finished lol. ill post more up tonight.
 

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