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Old 07-22-2007, 02:36 AM
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finale

final shot from my yesterday's hunt.





need to know what do you think ?
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maybe need hdr to get the skys? duno eyes seems to stuck in middle n too much stone on bottom of pic? maybe get less stone more water n bridge futher up the pic? i also duno.
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maybe need hdr to get the skys? duno eyes seems to stuck in middle n too much stone on bottom of pic? maybe get less stone more water n bridge futher up the pic? i also duno.
thanks

don't really know what's my object either.
but was just trying to get the fg and the reflections at the same time.
coz if i just simply shoot it normally, i'll just get the reflections with a black fg...and a longer exposure will burst the lights out too bright...
will try hdr on it if i got a chance to pop at tha place again...

posted a bigger pic to see better
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Old 07-23-2007, 01:13 AM
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It's a nice idea, but to work for me you need to up the exposure on the bg a little more and use an orange gel on your flash.

The colour difference between the background and the foreground is too stark and makes it a little odd IMHO.
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Wow! 150 seconds exposure time!

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agree... the foreground color & the background color look mis-match.
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