Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by saebryan, Jun 12, 2006.
i really like the reflection off the rocks in the second picture. looking good.
2nd photo is kick ass
Looks like a big massive black cock, but other than that, nice pic!
Probably not too much, just a slow shutter speed.
I really like the pics! Wonderful colors!...I need to get some time, where I can go out and actually shoot for a while!
Looks nice. In Oregon right?
did you use a polarizer for these pics? or just saturate them? either way, looking really good. I wish we had some "green" out her in az
O crew ftw!
Very little pp just played with the curves a bit.
No polarizer yet . . no saturation adjustment just taken with 4" shutter to let a lot of light in. . believe it or not the colors of the moss and stream bed were very intense.
I need a freakin tripod. There is so much gorgeous scenery around here, but a lot of it is under low lights, and I need a long shutter to get good shots.
I just bought an entry level bogen (manfrotto) and it really gives you that much more creative control . . . just pull the trigger youll be happy you did!
Ooh #1 looks great how all the rocks which don't have water over them look all shiny! Colours look great.
colors look off, but good pics
1st one is maybe 1 stop overexposed.... 2nd one looks pretty good though
Too long for me, but I like the idea.
i like it, sometimes silkier = crappier but this one was pulled off fairly well. I do believe the first one is a little overexposed though.
need a rehost.
Second one is gorgeous!
Kinda makes you want to be there in person yourself. So inviting....
For those kinda shots you don't want a polarizer you want a ND filter....
I use a ndx4 primarily and a ndx8 in bright light....I really like the Hoya line
my question is what kinda cam do you shot (for the thread poster) with a nd filter and setting the WB a little ont he yellow side you can really avoid blowing out the highlights and over exposure
I shoot with a Canon 30D and EF 35-80 mm. Just getting started with DSLRs (these were my first attempts with long exposure). The WB setting was "cloudy" to match the natural light that day. Usually, cloudy produces result a little on the yellow side.
Interesting lens choice.
Haha yea its the old lens off my film Rebel G. Waiting on some summer paychecks to start rolling in. Feeling constrained with the 1.6 crop. Im thinking about adding a 10-22 and a 70-200