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Feb 08, 2012 21:25 |  #1

Hello everyone, this is my first post in the landscape section. I just got my new uwa and have been getting into more landscape stuff. It's really addicting! I have never really tried before but it is a blast. Anyway here are a few shots from the other day. Comments/advice is welcome! Thanks!

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Feb 08, 2012 21:37 |  #2

great set, like the last two




  
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Feb 08, 2012 23:20 |  #3

Very nice.


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Feb 09, 2012 08:54 |  #4

I personally really like #1. Something about the lighting and the reflection coming off the water works for me best, here. Great series, overall!


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Feb 09, 2012 09:39 |  #5

Whatever sharpening/downsizing you're doing - it's working. They look great.


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Feb 09, 2012 17:33 |  #6

#1 for me as well




  
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Feb 09, 2012 21:09 |  #7

Thanks everyone! First was my favorite as well. It was really tricky to get a good exposure, I now have a new respect for the landscape guys. I might need to look at investing in a decent gnd filter soon! :mrgreen:

Whatever sharpening/downsizing you're doing - it's working. They look great.

Thanks! I'm still learning to work with lightroom 3 and have almost sworn off jpegs. These were shot in SRAW with local and output sharpening and then exported at full size. They were uploaded to flickr and I used the 640 size to post, so not too much more downsizing from the original.


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Feb 09, 2012 21:17 |  #8

I really like the first one a lot! One suggestion for you if you don't mind, get lower. In the first one you can tell the lens was around chest high as it looks like you're looking down at the rocks and water. If you were lower to the ground with your lens it would draw your eye from the lower portion of the frame up to the horizon and the sunset. Know what I mean?

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Feb 09, 2012 22:24 |  #9

Wonderful sunset color!

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Feb 09, 2012 22:51 |  #10

beachbum2277 wrote in post #13859336 (external link)
I really like the first one a lot! One suggestion for you if you don't mind, get lower. In the first one you can tell the lens was around chest high as it looks like you're looking down at the rocks and water. If you were lower to the ground with your lens it would draw your eye from the lower portion of the frame up to the horizon and the sunset. Know what I mean?

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Thanks! And I'll give that a try next time. Kind of like more emphasis on the sky? I think I tried getting lower in a couple of them, but I took so many shots I can't remember which ones. I'm still getting used to just how close you can get!


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Feb 09, 2012 23:07 |  #11

Wow!!! That's really stunning view, I'm damn sure you must be missing this view.


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Feb 10, 2012 01:41 |  #12

Beautiful series.




  
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Feb 10, 2012 15:12 as a reply to  @ annubis's post |  #13

wow!!!! did you use any filters for any of these shots? if so, what? if you dont mind...
great!! great!! :D


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Feb 10, 2012 16:44 |  #14

Thanks for the comments!

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wow!!!! did you use any filters for any of these shots? if so, what? if you dont mind...
great!! great!! :D

I actually do not have any filters yet. So this was accomplished through a lot of trial and error haha. Basically I exposed to where the sky was a little over and foreground a little under, then used lightroom to adjust. Kind of a pseudo gnd effect. I really should get my hands on a good filter :lol:


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Feb 10, 2012 17:02 |  #15

dscri001 wrote in post #13864461 (external link)
Thanks for the comments!

I actually do not have any filters yet. So this was accomplished through a lot of trial and error haha. Basically I exposed to where the sky was a little over and foreground a little under, then used lightroom to adjust. Kind of a pseudo gnd effect. I really should get my hands on a good filter :lol:

thanks for sharing.. looking forward to your posts when you get a filter for your new tammy.. :D consider me subscribed.. hehe


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