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Mollycat Plus
2 11 2 United Kingdom
8 Nov 2013 8:43AM
Like this a lot. Beautiful combination of colour and form. GrinGrin Peter.

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annettep38 Plus
5 218 39 Costa Rica
8 Nov 2013 9:30AM
sorry it is a nice composition but too blurry With f 14 you should have focused just behind the rock. And if you had used more than ISO 100 the water might have been sharp as well.
Blakey_Boy 6 1 2 United Kingdom
8 Nov 2013 12:15PM
A besutifully composed shot. and calm colours. You've done well to throttle back a very bright sun, with its partial obscurety behind the clouds.

I actually like these milky-water shots. But I agree with annettep to a point at least. I think a slighty quicker shutter speed would have emphasised the mid-ground swell; gieving the picture a bit more dynamics.

It also lloks like yo've quite rightly brought some of the detail back to the foreground rock, but the masking has left a slight halo around it. that said, it's always going to be a difficult composure when a dark object is almost silhouetted in contrast to a bright sky.

That said, it really is a great shot and my comments meant as constructive critique.

Kind Regards,
Brian
NDODS Plus
5 4.9k 125 United Kingdom
8 Nov 2013 4:49PM
Some interesting and valid points, and clearly something to work on.

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin
JuBarney 5 20 3 United Kingdom
8 Nov 2013 5:09PM
Beautiful colour
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almiles 6 38 102 United Kingdom
9 Nov 2013 7:06AM
Gorgeous colour on the water and the rock is nicely sharp. The above points are well made and I just wonder if the horizon is slightly off too. Again the background is really blurred for f/14 where you should really be able to get everything in focus at that aperture in landscapes. Have a look at hyperfocal distance on google. There are charts you can download or apps for smartphones to help you use it.

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