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Nov 01, 2011 16:29 |  #16

Does anyone else think the WB is too warm? That I can adjust. I had my polarize with me but didn't think twice to use if for the rocks.

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Nov 01, 2011 17:02 |  #17

beachbum2277 wrote in post #13338863 (external link)
Does anyone else think the WB is too warm? That I can adjust. I had my polarize with me but didn't think twice to use if for the rocks.

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A polarizer is pretty much mandatory when shooting these types of shots. Beyond bumping the saturation a bit, the polarizer will also remove glare from the wet rocks among othere things.

The shot's okay...I would have liked to have seen a bit more more DOF to bring the immediate foreground rocks in focus...this would help to lead the viewer's eye into the frame and through.


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Nov 02, 2011 09:03 |  #18

I agree that the rocks and leaves are too bright. Did you shoot it on a cloudy day? Cloudy days will also help make shadows less harsh. Otherwise I love the water and everything else about it. The angle is nice too.


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