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Trinquility

By faith03
My first time out to try this effect. I see my problem spots. I would love some feedback on this for some ideas on how to improve.

Tags: General Landscape and travel Wildlife and nature

Voters: tim g, glyndwr, Mark_Callander and 7 more


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superb shot love the exposure.
Mark.

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glyndwr 9 66 9 Wales
22 Feb 2010 5:06PM
The water is well exposed wioth no burn out which is a good sign.
A couple of things to consider:-
1. Would a portrait format composition make it stronger? I think it would as you get a better flow of water through the image, I keep looking and wondering what is above and below the water.
2. I am not familiar with your camera, if it was possible to get a polarising filter you could reduce the reflection on the water boosting the colour and allowing some of the features below water to come through.
I hope this helps and not hinders you.

Robert
saeidNL 7 3 Netherlands
22 Feb 2010 5:23PM
Great capture and nicely presented.
saeid
22 Feb 2010 6:25PM
great shot brill
jj
SteveH1978 7 2 3 England
22 Feb 2010 8:51PM
Fantastic shot! I have really wanted to try this effect too and if this is only your first attempt I think you've encouraged me to give it a go. Now just need to find a waterfall, bit difficult in Birmingham though!

Steve

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