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Lens: 12-24 Camera: K20 Photo Location: Maple Ridge ISO: 100 Shutter Speed: 3s Aperture: F16 
Posted By: Jimbo, 08-14-2010, 08:00 PM

A few from a recent visit to a local stream. JIM






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08-14-2010, 08:10 PM   #2
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Nice creamy effect to the flowing water while maintaining sharp focus on the rocks. Well done.
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Excellent colors and effort, but watch your horizon line and looks like you got some blown highlights in the silky water (maybe unavoidable though to get the rock detail).
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Nice creamy effect to the flowing water while maintaining sharp focus on the rocks. Well done.
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Excellent colors and effort, but watch your horizon line and looks like you got some blown highlights in the silky water (maybe unavoidable though to get the rock detail).
You are correct on the blown water though I did have options which I will look at the next time around. Thank you for looking and commenting. JIM

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Nice job Jim! .3 or .6 grad next time? I think .3 should do nicely.

Did a little 4 wheeling today you would have loved it we were at a little over 11 thousand feet well above tree line pictures to come soon. My hard drives are full..... nowhere to upload. Need to buy a new drive and weed out a few thousand pics. I just cant hit the delete button on anything.

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Nice job Jim! .3 or .6 grad next time? I think .3 should do nicely.

Did a little 4 wheeling today you would have loved it we were at a little over 11 thousand feet well above tree line pictures to come soon. My hard drives are full..... nowhere to upload. Need to buy a new drive and weed out a few thousand pics. I just cant hit the delete button on anything.

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Thanks John. Not sure if I want to use a ND filter on these shots. This a a dark area already and the water is dark too. I think I just need to adjust shutter / F stop a bit to reduce the blown out areas. I am going to try it again soon. Still trying to work my way out there in the fall. JIM
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The last one is especially intriguing, buddy. Nice job - as always.

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Again with the creamy water and the detailed rocks and the rich colors ... come on ! (insert so Jelous here) .......

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Again with the creamy water and the detailed rocks and the rich colors ... come on ! (insert so Jelous here) .......
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The last one is especially intriguing, buddy. Nice job - as always.

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Thank you Jer. I shot this location again this morning. Will be posting a few soon. JIM



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Again with the creamy water and the detailed rocks and the rich colors ... come on ! (insert so Jelous here) .......
Thanks Dave. Not overly happy with these. ?I did a re-shoot this morning and I will posts some soon. JIM
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Lovely scene with soft flow, I think I like the second framing most!
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