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Feb 03, 2014 18:23 |  #1

Hi everyone,

Don't post many photos but I took a trip to the New England states this past September and October so I thought I would post a couple of shots I like. comments always welcome.


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Feb 03, 2014 18:42 |  #2

I like both of these. It's always appreciated if the locations are identified.


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Feb 04, 2014 02:10 |  #3

Nice images, really like the composition of the 2nd one with the reflection in the rock pool.
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Feb 04, 2014 21:31 |  #4

Fantastic composition on the second shot with the reflection. Touches like that really show that the photographer took some time in setting up the shot and help pull it all together. What's the shutter speed on the first shot?


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Feb 05, 2014 13:06 |  #5

sparker1 wrote in post #16661329 (external link)
I like both of these. It's always appreciated if the locations are identified.

Thanks and sorry for not providing the locations I will keep that in mind next time. The first shot was at Bingham Falls Vermont and the lighthouse is the Pemaquid Lighthouse in Maine.




  
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Feb 05, 2014 13:07 |  #6

cuda2k wrote in post #16664370 (external link)
Fantastic composition on the second shot with the reflection. Touches like that really show that the photographer took some time in setting up the shot and help pull it all together. What's the shutter speed on the first shot?

Thanks for the comments. The waterfall was shot at f11 for 2.5 seconds.




  
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Feb 05, 2014 14:58 |  #7

dhauschi wrote in post #16665784 (external link)
Thanks and sorry for not providing the locations I will keep that in mind next time. The first shot was at Bingham Falls Vermont and the lighthouse is the Pemaquid Lighthouse in Maine.

Thanks, I've somehow missed those places.


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Feb 05, 2014 18:48 |  #8

The lighthouse photo is great. At first look I thought of Pemaquid as I was there during a Maine Photographic Workshop about 30 years ago.


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Feb 06, 2014 19:42 as a reply to  @ ZPuskas's post |  #9

Really nice!


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Feb 07, 2014 05:32 |  #10

The 1st one is great, the second one is fantastic (to my taste it lacks just of some vignetting & colors adjustment to have more impact). Did you use a tilt-shift lens or ultra-wide with perspective correction ?

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Feb 07, 2014 08:53 as a reply to  @ titi_67207's post |  #11

Number 2 is awesome...good eye on that composition!




  
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Feb 07, 2014 17:42 |  #12

titi_67207 wrote in post #16670289 (external link)
The 1st one is great, the second one is fantastic (to my taste it lacks just of some vignetting & colors adjustment to have more impact). Did you use a tilt-shift lens or ultra-wide with perspective correction ?

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Thanks I used a Sigma 18-35 on a 7d body and corrected perspective in Lightroom.




  
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Feb 07, 2014 17:42 |  #13

cerett wrote in post #16669537 (external link)
Really nice!

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Feb 07, 2014 17:43 |  #14

ZPuskas wrote in post #16666611 (external link)
The lighthouse photo is great. At first look I thought of Pemaquid as I was there during a Maine Photographic Workshop about 30 years ago.

You were correct.




  
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Feb 09, 2014 17:19 |  #15

Great Shots!


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