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  1. #391
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    Special K - I like the Watson Falls shots best as well.

    kgosden - Nice shot. I like how it splits at the base.

    Here's one from Burney Falls

    Burney Falls by Lukas W, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by kgosden View Post
    I really liked this big rock when I was taking the photos, but looking at it full screen and it became a little too dominant. I took a whole series of slightly different views still trying to find the best. This is a HDR composite of -0.7 to +1.3 bracketing. I cropped it a bit to move the rock lower in the frame.
    I think it looks amazing! Great job, I wish that was my background.

  3. #393
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    Thanks for the compliments Lukas and SmokeyCub.

    Lukas, Burney Falls looks like a great spot in the middle of nowhere. The highlights in that shot seem a little hotter than your usual levels.

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    Waterfall feeding the lake at Nicholas Gardens, Sherbrooke.
    Three image HDR.


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    And what goes into the lake must eventually come out somewhere.


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    Nice HDR K1W1, not at all artificial. Waterfalls are always tough in HDR since the water highlights tend to be at differing shutter speeds in each exposure. I have never tried using shutter priority for HDR since everyone recommends consistent aperture priority to maintain consistent DOF. Waterfalls might make a good case for changing modes. The waterfall HDR's I have done I usually end up blending in the water portion from one specific layer to get the look I want.

  7. #397
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    One from a couple weeks ago at Lassen Volcanic NP

    Kings Creek Falls by Lukas W, on Flickr
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  8. #398
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    Here's one from back in January. Hopefully once the winter storms start up I can make another trip out to this spot.
    Cataract Falls by Lukas W, on Flickr
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    Kind of a tricky exposure, but I managed to get it all in there

    Lundy Canyon Falls by Lukas W, on Flickr
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    Lukas,

    Love the colors in the plants. To my eye it would be better if the lower right water was not as white, it draws me away from the details. But not much you can do about how the water wants to flow. Maybe a small dam outside the frame to slow it down

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