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Lens: 14mm Camera: K20 Photo Location: Maple Ridge ISO: 100 Shutter Speed: 1/8s Aperture: F11 
Posted By: Jimbo, 01-23-2010, 02:06 PM

I think this could be a intesresting area depending on lighting. Sun rise is what I will be coming back for. JIM






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01-23-2010, 02:12 PM   #2
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What a grand location Jim.
#1 looks like a fantastic scene to revisit.
The ripple in the water adds to the picture quite nicely.
A beautiful picnic spot.
Thanks for sharing.
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What a grand location Jim.
#1 looks like a fantastic scene to revisit.
The ripple in the water adds to the picture quite nicely.
A beautiful picnic spot.
Thanks for sharing.
Thanks Ash. I have a few more the process. The lighting was a little dark yet the sky was though to exposes correctly. Oh, I threw a rock in the water to create the ripple. JIM
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I detect a split filter in the first image. And I think the first would be stronger if all the rocks were included and not cropped. But nonetheless, these are beautiful images and the place you have found is breathtaking.

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I detect a split filter in the first image. And I think the first would be stronger if all the rocks were included and not cropped. But nonetheless, these are beautiful images and the place you have found is breathtaking.

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You are right about the filter. It was getting a little too bright and the foreground was still too dark. I needed a little more blue to in the sky. I have some shots with move rock in them butr they are very large. [to the right of the first image] and I thought the rocks took over the shot. JIM
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Most excellent location Jimbo would like to see the first without a ripple but glorious location(MMMm did I mention that already)TFS artist at work


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Jimbo ... what lens are you using .... going on 14mm FL I am suspecting the DA14.
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Or maybe sigma 10-20

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This area has a lot of potential like you say about the dependance of the type of lighting.It would be interesting in seeing the same fantastic images you have taken with a variety of lighting from the different stages of the day.
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wonderful sets! l really like the idea of rippling the water in the first shot too ^^
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WOW...I'm dubstruck with the beauty of it all! They are all beautiful but #1 is just breathtaking...how do you do it?
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It looks as if you've found a new "hunting ground", buddy. The first one is marvelous - all are great.

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I am in and out of this forum but I am alwasy blown away when I return to see the works of the people here. Jim your are always ones I look for. Great series !!
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Most excellent location Jimbo would like to see the first without a ripple but glorious location(MMMm did I mention that already)TFS artist at work


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Very much appreciated Cupic. I had a few without the ripple but deleted them. Sorry bud. There will be others. JIM

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Barnster This area has a lot of potential like you say about the dependance of the type of lighting.It would be interesting in seeing the same fantastic images you have taken with a variety of lighting from the different stages of the day.
I may camp here to get the early morning light. There si a gate to the park and it doesn't open until 8:00 AM, in the winter, meaning I will miss the sun rise. The mountains are facing east too. JIM

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joodiespost wonderful sets! l really like the idea of rippling the water in the first shot too ^^
Thank you for looking and commenting. JIM


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PentX Girl WOW...I'm dubstruck with the beauty of it all! They are all beautiful but #1 is just breathtaking...how do you do it?
Thank you Jan. Always appreciate you commenting. JIM

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Sailor It looks as if you've found a new "hunting ground", buddy. The first one is marvelous - all are great.

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Thanks Jer .I knew it was there but its tough to get to over the winter. [usually closed due to snow] Cheers JIM


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vievetrick I am in and out of this forum but I am alwasy blown away when I return to see the works of the people here. Jim your are always ones I look for. Great series !!
I am honor Pat. Thank you. JIM
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Very nice new area Jim, I am a bit jealous!

Beautiful pictures again, I especially like the first one
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