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rocks, water and a long exposure

 
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Jun 24, 2013 17:22 |  #1

I'm not normally one to post photos for critique or to share and would like to break that. So, here we go! This is on the north fork of the American River outside of Auburn, CA. Shot with a trusty 50d with my 24-105mm @ 24mm, f16, 8 seconds at ISO 100. I'm contemplating a large print and welcome any feedback on processing/cropping etc. Thanks!

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Jun 24, 2013 17:48 |  #2

How about cloning a group of trees to hide the landslide. Rest of the shot I like.


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Jun 24, 2013 18:35 |  #3

ericcrazyman wrote in post #16061350 (external link)
How about cloning a group of trees to hide the landslide. Rest of the shot I like.

That's a great idea as I'm not too fond of the same area. I was trying to figure out what to do with it and cropping was the only thing that came to mind-and I didn't like that, either.

Being challenged in the PP arena, I'll have to look up cloning and revisit this.

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