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Lens: 12-24 Camera: K20 Photo Location: Maple Ridge ISO: 100 Shutter Speed: 4s Aperture: F11 
Posted By: Jimbo, 08-29-2010, 09:50 PM

I processed this one slightly different from a earlier post. Tried lighting up the shot. Cheers JIM


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08-30-2010, 12:26 AM   #2
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Nice Jim.
My only suggestion here is to have the sun less central in the frame to create a more compelling composition.
But otherwise a pleasant result.
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Nice Jim.
My only suggestion here is to have the sun less central in the frame to create a more compelling composition.
But otherwise a pleasant result.
Not disagreeing. I ran out of room. [Water was next] JIM
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Jim, I like the image, don't really have much issue with the sun (It's not dead center) but the image looks soft. I get that it's a 4 second shot but things like the tree trunks also look soft. I would expect some parts of the image to be sharp.

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Jim, I like the image, don't really have much issue with the sun (It's not dead center) but the image looks soft. I get that it's a 4 second shot but things like the tree trunks also look soft. I would expect some parts of the image to be sharp
You are correct Peter. I believe my focus point was off which is why it was soft. I had it on manual focus as it was still too dark. I will be re-shooting this when the light is right. I have shot this location before and it was a lot clearer. My bad! Appreciate the comments and I was thinking the same while I was processing. JIM
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Nice compostion, in my view, JIM. You can deal with the focus issue on your next outing.

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Nice compostion, in my view, JIM. You can deal with the focus issue on your next outing.

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and I will Jer. Thank you.. JIM
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