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Old 1 Day Ago   #1651
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Another shot in Kashmir, tried to capture of flowing water, as per tips by JudderMan

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Hemang,

I,m going to critique all 3 images.
The first image is a smashing shot with good composition, there are plenty of angles and vanishing points. There is bit of UV in there which is effecting clarity but that can be improved with a bit of post processing.
The second image still a good shot, the cloud top left is competing with the snow line, i would normally sit around for a long time to get some blue sky over the snow area.
I like the focal point of the 3rd image where you have managed to show the textures in the rocks with in the distance the enviroment source of the water. The shutter speed is good to give the image mood.
Looks a nice place, I could sit down for hours looking from that viewpoint on the first image.
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Hey, look at that, the camera works!

F/6.3 all day! Great shot
Loving the camera thanks Mark2009!!
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Hemang,

I,m going to critique all 3 images.
The first image is a smashing shot with good composition, there are plenty of angles and vanishing points. There is bit of UV in there which is effecting clarity but that can be improved with a bit of post processing.
The second image still a good shot, the cloud top left is competing with the snow line, i would normally sit around for a long time to get some blue sky over the snow area.
I like the focal point of the 3rd image where you have managed to show the textures in the rocks with in the distance the enviroment source of the water. The shutter speed is good to give the image mood.
Looks a nice place, I could sit down for hours looking from that viewpoint on the first image.
Thanks a lot. Kashmir is very beautiful undoubtedly. The shots really don't capture the beauty as we saw it.
Please feel free to post process any picture if you get the time and repost it so that I can also understand how it can be improved.
The flowing water is all thanks to you. I had seen your picture and wanted to do that
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