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Old 30th of October 2008 (Thu)   #1
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Default Reflections C&C please

Like the title says, all involve reflections. All 4 are straight from the camera (Xti) no PP.

comments appreciated

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#1 Canon 24-85 at 1/60s on a breezy day



#2 same as #1 but 1/2s


#3 18-55mm kit lens



#4 kit lens again


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Old 1st of November 2008 (Sat)   #2
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Default Re: Reflections C&C please

Nice photos George, I favor the first and last.
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Default Re: Reflections C&C please

I like the last one; but the leaf could be a little sharper. Were you hand holding?
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I am drawn to the first.I like it.
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Old 1st of November 2008 (Sat)   #5
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Default Re: Reflections C&C please

Yes, I wish the leaf was sharper in the last one. It was shot handheld bending over a creek, 1/8s at 55mm with the 18-55mm IS kit lens. No PP on any photo, sharpening might help but I should have noticed the 1/8s and bumped the ISO up to 800 from 400 or used f5.6 instead of f7.1 I usually forget to check something before I press the shutter

I usually do some PP but I'm not sure how to improve the first one, any ideas?? Or leave it as is?


Thanks for the comments!!

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Old 2nd of November 2008 (Sun)   #6
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Default Re: Reflections C&C please

I do like the first one, although I wouldn't try to do anything else to it. It's fine as is. It's hard getting really sharp pics with the kit lens.
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