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October 4, 2012 - 33 went

Critique - The Four Elements: Earth, Air, Fire and Water

North fork of the Santiam, Canon 7D, f/16 with 2 second exposure. ND filder used.

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Added by randy s.
on Oct 8, 2012.


  • Tom R.

    Good Randy. I have two suggestions. For me - the flowing water is a little overexposed. You have lost some of the "feathering" texture. I think you could have gone several stops lower in exposure without losing significant detail in the rocks. Also - try lowering the camera position by a couple of feet so you are looking more horizontally at the water feature rather than down on it. It's like photographing dogs and kids. They look better when you get down to their level. Tom

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