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A couple shots from my hike this morning

 
Old 03-14-2009, 12:27 PM
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Default A couple shots from my hike this morning

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Old 03-14-2009, 01:19 PM
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needs more HDR
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Default i'd probably spend less time making borders around your pictures

and more time getting proper exposures.


first image is bland, rocks on the left and mini waterfall are blown out, rocks on the right are covered in shadows. focus appears off as well. go back another time when the lighting is not so harsh.

snow in the second image looks strange. can't tell if it's actually that color, is underexposed, or something was done in post processing.
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Default Timing question...

How do you deal with places that are tucked into valleys? It seems like when you get there at true sun up or down, the sun is behind the mountains and it is too dark. On the other hand, if you get there a bit later when the sun has peaked over the valley, it is too harsh of lighting.
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Default there's usually time before/after both times you mentioned.

get there early and wait until the light's right or stay late until the light's right. if you take pictures in the middle of the afternoon when the sun is at it's brightest you'll have harsh lighting.

or use ND filters.
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Cool, I appreciate the feedback
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