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3 Jan 2011 11:55AM
incredible shot
sirous5 13 United Kingdom
3 Jan 2011 12:00PM
Excellent shot,Beautiful color.
Metro6R4 10 3 1 United Kingdom
3 Jan 2011 12:02PM
I like this shot Paul.
andy_AHG 12 106 6 United Kingdom
3 Jan 2011 12:07PM
Nicely captured and processed Paul. Can almost hear the boom of the rushing water.

Andy
MrsS 15 4.5k 18 England
3 Jan 2011 12:14PM
Nicely done MrM - - HNY Smile

Fran x
3 Jan 2011 12:17PM
How fashions change Paul, I looked back at the Tavy images and saw what I had written too. The River runs through it 11 probably the one I liked best in retrospect too. Tavy 111 now looks so green.
I think this new processing is much more realistic, possibly bright in the yellows by the tree. The water is close to cotton wool in the centre, but still OK possibly because of the brown tinge. All in all a better processing and a more modern approach, well done. I'm always a fan of your processing and results. especially the most natural looking. Hope this makes sense to you? It's supposed to be positive.

Dougie
jeb2012 12 United Kingdom
3 Jan 2011 12:24PM
Excellent Captur well dune
cassiecat 13 39 46 England
3 Jan 2011 12:54PM
gorgeous light and rich colours, adore the water exposure and colour.
i tried to look back at the original for comparison, but must have a shorter attention span than dougie cos couldnt find it Tongue lesley
colin63 13 6 England
3 Jan 2011 3:22PM
Lovely shot Paul and looked back at the previous image and I do agree that this looks much better and more natural

Colin
Phil_Restan 15 280 9 England
3 Jan 2011 3:44PM
Like this one paul, well processed and I quite like the effect on the water. Didn't look at the previous one,I'll just accept that this is betterSmile

Regards
Phil
Sue_R 15 11 6 United Kingdom
3 Jan 2011 3:51PM
Haven't checked back either so I'll take your word for it too, especially as I used to use HDR all the time and seem to have gone off using it now for the very same reason. Still think it has it's place, but I'm trying to be more selective in my use of it now.

Sue Smile
JanieB43 13 49 6 England
3 Jan 2011 5:38PM
As "revisisting" fan of HDR I agree you can go over the top with the processing resulting in "overcooked" images . I'm now re-processing a lot of my shots using a quietened down version of HDR and can honestly say that if mine are half as good as this one I'll be well chuffed Wink

Superb shot with loads of detail and colour !!

Jane
derekhansen 13 210 24 United Kingdom
3 Jan 2011 7:42PM
Very strong composition Paul. Personally I am not a fan of HDR in landscapes (or at least where you can tell that HDR has been used) so this was definitely worth a re-visit. Excellent job.
Derek
Morgs 13 20 62 Wales
3 Jan 2011 8:17PM
It is an amazing difference isn't it. This is a very natural look, and it's interesting to see how styles alter over the years too. This is in hindsight, a much better shot, although when you took the others, I was very impressed with their quality!!! Hope that makes sense!
Buffalo_Tom Plus
15 2.3k 21 Wales
4 Jan 2011 10:00AM
Lovely exposure and processing..Happy New Year Paul.
Tom.
Rob66 11 1 United Kingdom
4 Jan 2011 10:16AM
Super shot.
Richsr 14 91 223 England
4 Jan 2011 11:00AM
Well worth revisiting Paul, Congrats on the EC and Happy New Year to you.
Regards Richard
Bee76 11 17 England
4 Jan 2011 11:33AM
Great shot Paul. I really like the muddy look to the water too as it adds a sense of power.

Regards,
Barney
JouŠo 17 56 Finland
4 Jan 2011 4:46PM
oozes quality!

Jouko
pmorgan 14 217 13 England
4 Jan 2011 7:15PM
Well, this did better than i thought! - cheers everyone, and thanks for the comprehensive observations too!

Pete - thanks for making me smile! Smile

Rgds
Paul
cassiecat 13 39 46 England
5 Jan 2011 11:22AM
congrats on the EC.lesley

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