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Erik ­ S. ­ Klein
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Jul 19, 2009 16:03 |  #1

My kids love fountains so I had to spend a bit of time at this one when at the Convention Center for an event. . . so:

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Jul 19, 2009 17:27 |  #2

The first one just has a little bit to much going on in the background for my liking.

The second one is good. Personally, I think it would have benefitted greatly had you included the entire top of the building and maybe used a little bit slower of a shutter speed for some water motion blur!!!!

All in all though, you did pretty good!


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Jul 20, 2009 10:59 |  #3

Jacobredphoto wrote in post #8307863 (external link)
The first one just has a little bit to much going on in the background for my liking.

I agree it's a bit busy. I was trying for a crop that highlighted the person on the bench but couldn't find one I liked. . .

Jacobredphoto wrote in post #8307863 (external link)
The second one is good. Personally, I think it would have benefitted greatly had you included the entire top of the building and maybe used a little bit slower of a shutter speed for some water motion blur!!!!

It's hard to see without a border but the image does go to the top of the building with a pixel or three to spare. ;)

I'll have to go back and play around to slow down the shutter for a blur shot.

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All in all though, you did pretty good!

Thanks!


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