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Clearwater river and Whitehorse falls

 
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May 23, 2011 17:16 |  #1

Clearwater river in Oregon:

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Whitehorse waterfall on Clearwater river:

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Whitehorse waterfall - another angle:

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More of Clearwater river:

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May 24, 2011 00:24 |  #2

Nice work, but it seems that the color is a little bit too saturated for me.




  
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May 27, 2011 14:35 |  #3

Makes me thirsty


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May 28, 2011 03:19 |  #4

I like the second one of the whole series. Nice work.




  
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May 28, 2011 08:23 |  #5

Beautiful shots.
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May 28, 2011 10:18 |  #6

Really like the light on the water in the last shot and the composition of the third


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May 28, 2011 12:02 |  #7

Nice job! I like the second or first one the best.

What was your exposure time? Was it a calm day when you took these shots? The reason for the questions is that I have a heck of a time getting the tree branches sharp (due to even a slight breeze) when my exposures are longer than a few seconds. I have been thinking that I should try blending two images to resolve this problem (1 image for the surrounding area at a quicker exposure and 1 image for the water at the longer exposure).

Anyway, well done!


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May 29, 2011 00:32 |  #8

Really like the first one in the set. But the last one has a bit of a pastel effect at the calmer portions of the water. Well done.


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May 29, 2011 00:36 |  #9

Beautiful series, well done! 2nd one is my favorite.


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Jun 01, 2011 19:56 |  #10

silentwings wrote in post #12467692 (external link)
Nice work, but it seems that the color is a little bit too saturated for me.

Thanks for the critique. The colors may be a little more saturated, but I think the problem here is the difference between our monitors' calibration. The point is taken though, and I will check my monitor's calibration.

Eric T wrote in post #12490143 (external link)
Makes me thirsty

LOL, thanks, Eric. Yes, all that water would have probably helped your thirst. :)

jdizzle wrote in post #12493212 (external link)
I like the second one of the whole series. Nice work.

Thanks, Julian!

CDMOOSE wrote in post #12493700 (external link)
Beautiful shots.
Al

Thank you, Al!

SamuelBurns wrote in post #12494091 (external link)
Really like the light on the water in the last shot and the composition of the third

Thanks, Samuel!

Eric2007 wrote in post #12494570 (external link)
Nice job! I like the second or first one the best.

What was your exposure time? Was it a calm day when you took these shots? The reason for the questions is that I have a heck of a time getting the tree branches sharp (due to even a slight breeze) when my exposures are longer than a few seconds. I have been thinking that I should try blending two images to resolve this problem (1 image for the surrounding area at a quicker exposure and 1 image for the water at the longer exposure).

Anyway, well done!

Thanks, Eric! To answer your question, most of the exposures were about 1-5 seconds, and there was no wind. The few-second exposures are good for branches and trees even if there is a slight wind. Of course, if you get a 20 mph wind in the area around the waterfall you're shooting, nothing will be in focus. But, some light wind shouldn't be a problem unless you're exposing for too long. Many people use two or more exposures, where they blend images, but I generally try to stick with only one exposure.

fungry wrote in post #12497463 (external link)
Really like the first one in the set. But the last one has a bit of a pastel effect at the calmer portions of the water. Well done.

Thank you, Ed!

lhoy wrote in post #12497483 (external link)
Beautiful series, well done! 2nd one is my favorite.

Thanks!


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Jun 04, 2011 17:11 |  #11

well done looks like a great location




  
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