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Nov 04, 2008 19:09 |  #1

Any CC on how to make this a better capture or in general greatly appreciated

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Nov 04, 2008 19:51 |  #2

Very nice. I would say frame it but you might have to get a custom frame or crop the photo as the photo loooks like a non standard ratio. Anyway, nice photo.

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Nov 04, 2008 20:26 |  #3

Maybe crop just a little off the top as the light starts to fall off a bit. Other then that I like the colors and contrast. I also think the square format works very well with this one.


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Nov 04, 2008 20:34 |  #4

Well done. I like it.


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Nov 05, 2008 06:48 |  #5

I like it too, how long was the exposure?


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Nov 05, 2008 07:47 |  #6

Exif says 1/3 sec at f8. Very nicely done. I could see cropping out some of the right to make a vertical. Or frame it as is.


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Nov 05, 2008 08:09 |  #7

How do you get the exif info? Are you opening the image in lightroom or something?


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Nov 05, 2008 09:46 |  #8

TekHouse wrote in post #6627541 (external link)
How do you get the exif info? Are you opening the image in lightroom or something?

Right click on image & scroll down to Properties. I'm in Firefox but I don't think that matters.


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Nov 05, 2008 10:49 |  #9

hmm, thats what I am using, I tried that at first before I posted but all I get is the image size and its location URL.

Do you have a plugin or extension for Firefox that shows exif? I would like to get it.


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Nov 05, 2008 12:08 |  #10

I use software to look at the exif data; it's a program that is compatible with Firefox.

Anyway, I think it could benefit from a longer exposure; maybe a stop or two extra even. I really need to get some money to buy me some ND filters and start shooting waterfalls.


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Nov 05, 2008 17:12 |  #11

abiciriderback wrote in post #6624848 (external link)
Any CC on how to make this a better capture or in general greatly appreciated

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I saw this posted on another forum. Digital photography school. Nothing wrong in belonging to two forums.


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Nov 05, 2008 17:23 |  #12

TekHouse wrote in post #6628428 (external link)
hmm, thats what I am using, I tried that at first before I posted but all I get is the image size and its location URL.

Do you have a plugin or extension for Firefox that shows exif? I would like to get it.

FxIF is the add-on. Sorry I installed it ages ago and forgot. Works well.
Just Google it or Google "exif" and you'll find several tools.


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Nov 05, 2008 17:37 |  #13

Love it.


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Nov 17, 2008 17:19 |  #14

I Like it....


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Nov 17, 2008 17:57 |  #15

Very very nice!! Great job!


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