A&P Water Shots from Willamette National Forest

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  1. saebryan

    saebryan New Member

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    i really like the reflection off the rocks in the second picture. looking good.
     
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    2nd photo is kick ass
     
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    Derrict No, I am not Amish OT Supporter

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    Looks like a big massive black cock, but other than that, nice pic!
     
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    f/2.8L New Member

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    Nice photos!
     
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    Probably not too much, just a slow shutter speed.
     
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    I really like the pics! Wonderful colors!...I need to get some time, where I can go out and actually shoot for a while!
     
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    Looks nice. In Oregon right?
     
  9. SLED

    SLED build an idiot proof device and someone else will

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    did you use a polarizer for these pics? or just saturate them? either way, looking really good. I wish we had some "green" out her in az :(
     
  10. isaac86hatch

    isaac86hatch This thread sucks

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    O crew ftw!
     
  11. saebryan

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    Very little pp just played with the curves a bit.
     
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    No polarizer yet :wtc: . . no saturation adjustment just taken with 4" shutter to let a lot of light in. . believe it or not the colors of the moss and stream bed were very intense.
     
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    Devoidarex Rexversusu v.2.0

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    I need a freakin tripod. There is so much gorgeous scenery around here, but a lot of it is under low lights, and I need a long shutter to get good shots. :wtc:
     
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    I just bought an entry level bogen (manfrotto) and it really gives you that much more creative control . . . just pull the trigger youll be happy you did!
     
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    Ooh #1 looks great how all the rocks which don't have water over them look all shiny! Colours look great.
     
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    colors look off, but good pics
     
  17. IntheWorks

    IntheWorks windin film.. takin pics Moderator

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    1st one is maybe 1 stop overexposed.... 2nd one looks pretty good though
     
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    Airpoppoff Vodka > Racing F1

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    Too long for me, but I like the idea.
     
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    i like it, sometimes silkier = crappier but this one was pulled off fairly well. I do believe the first one is a little overexposed though.
     
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    need a rehost.
     
  21. Devilish

    Devilish Remind me AGAIN

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    Second one is gorgeous!

    Kinda makes you want to be there in person yourself. So inviting....
     
  22. amishpornstar

    amishpornstar Helmet Distrubution Specialist

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    For those kinda shots you don't want a polarizer you want a ND filter....

    I use a ndx4 primarily and a ndx8 in bright light....I really like the Hoya line

    my question is what kinda cam do you shot (for the thread poster) with a nd filter and setting the WB a little ont he yellow side you can really avoid blowing out the highlights and over exposure
     
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    I shoot with a Canon 30D and EF 35-80 mm. Just getting started with DSLRs (these were my first attempts with long exposure). The WB setting was "cloudy" to match the natural light that day. Usually, cloudy produces result a little on the yellow side.
     
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    Interesting lens choice.
     
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    Haha yea its the old lens off my film Rebel G. Waiting on some summer paychecks to start rolling in. Feeling constrained with the 1.6 crop. Im thinking about adding a 10-22 and a 70-200 :x:
     

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