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Recording media:JPEG (digital)
Title:Dunbeath Strath
Username:ErictheViking ErictheViking
Uploaded:5 Jan 2014 - 11:21 PM
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Irishkate
Irishkate e2 Member 4Irishkate vcard United Kingdom73 Constructive Critique Points
6 Jan 2014 - 10:34 AM

This strikes me as more abstract which was maybe your intention.
The waterfall blends in with the vegetation. Once again good mono mix of texture and tones.
Kate GrinGrinGrin

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whatriveristhis
whatriveristhis e2 Member 167 forum postswhatriveristhis vcard England75 Constructive Critique Points
6 Jan 2014 - 9:43 PM

I like the composition of this, Eric, and the fact that you've used a shutter speed that allows the water to continue looking like actual water, rather than the ridiculous ectoplasm that so many photographers seem fond of these days.
If there is a down side, I would suggest that as the image has limited tonal contrast, the individual elements are not really well defined; for instance,
Kate has remarked how the waterfall blends in with the vegetation.
A much higher contrast treatment might help with things, but as the histogram shows, the tonal values really are very close.


Alan

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ErictheViking
ErictheViking e2 Member 1124 forum postsErictheViking vcard Scotland102 Constructive Critique Points
6 Jan 2014 - 10:13 PM

This image Alan was quite over exposed to give some movement in the water however this made the tonal range very limited as you and Kate comment so the water and the grass tend to become one. Next time for this is to use 100asa rather than 400asa so I can slow things down without the overexposure I got this time. In honesty this image has the most didging and burning to try and get some definition.

Eric

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