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  1. #2031
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    Camera: Nikon D70s
    Exposure: 0.017 sec (1/60)
    Aperture: f/3.5
    Focal Length: 18 mm
    Exposure Bias: 0/6 EV
    Strobe: Nikon SB-800 activated with Nikon CLS. Strobe bounced off umbrella.
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    Do you think the vertical format is more successful? I might have some more, with better lighting ... I'll go check
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    Quote Originally Posted by toriaj View Post
    Do you think the vertical format is more successful? I might have some more, with better lighting ... I'll go check
    Hey Tori, I think the shot has good potential. I like how the tree kind of frames the pump house. You could try shooting in landscape with the tree framing the picture on the far right and the pump in the right 2/3 of the image. This would give your image some room on the left side to include the river, which by the looks of it might give you a lazy S curve. Late evening would give you the creative freedom of using long shutter speeds and making that water look silky smooth~ you might even get a cool reflection in the water. Hope this helps. Your photography is consistently getting better and better.

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    here's my rendition toriaj, ran it through photoshop hope you like.
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  5. #2035
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    Quote Originally Posted by LR Max View Post


    Camera: Nikon D70s
    Exposure: 0.017 sec (1/60)
    Aperture: f/3.5
    Focal Length: 18 mm
    Exposure Bias: 0/6 EV
    Strobe: Nikon SB-800 activated with Nikon CLS. Strobe bounced off umbrella.
    oh...i really like this one.
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    The picture above my post here reminds me of a shot I took last night. I went with the Nevada Astronomy Association out near Area 51 to take some pictures of the Persied Meteor shower last night. Though I didnt get lucky with a shot with a meteor in it, I did get a few cool shots inculding the one below. I know there are some things that need fixing with this image, but this is how it came out of my camera. You can see the rest of the images here

    Last edited by Esoterra; 08-13-2007 at 07:53 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Esoterra View Post
    You can see the rest of the images here
    That current "link" just links back to the same photo on your website.
    Last edited by TNB; 08-15-2007 at 09:50 PM.
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    Thanks, Chris, that compliment really means a lot to me. I sent an email to you (your file email address) to ask about that crop. I like the idea of going back in late evening. I was there just before sunset this time, and I got to see deer swimming the river

    Thanks for the edit, Xailo, you gave it a nice "sunset-lit" look. Did you paste the sky? Or somehow draw it out of the shot?

    Amazing star shots, Chris! How did you do it? I love those colors in the Milky Way! I also like the clouds in #11. I'd love to see a joshua tree as a large foreground in one of these shots ... why oh why don't joshua trees grow in Wyoming?? Really though, these are truly full of wonder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by toriaj View Post
    Thanks, Chris, that compliment really means a lot to me. I sent an email to you (your file email address) to ask about that crop. I like the idea of going back in late evening. I was there just before sunset this time, and I got to see deer swimming the river

    Thanks for the edit, Xailo, you gave it a nice "sunset-lit" look. Did you paste the sky? Or somehow draw it out of the shot?

    Amazing star shots, Chris! How did you do it? I love those colors in the Milky Way! I also like the clouds in #11. I'd love to see a joshua tree as a large foreground in one of these shots ... why oh why don't joshua trees grow in Wyoming?? Really though, these are truly full of wonder.
    No problem Toriaj, I replaced the sky. here's a little better job.


    Last edited by XaiLo; 08-13-2007 at 10:23 PM.
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    Thanks, Xailo, I do like that one better. The blue sky definitely adds a lot.
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