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Down by the Creek
Down by the Creek

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Challenge: Long Exposure V (Advanced Editing VII*)
Camera: Nikon D70
Location: Big Timber, MT
Date: Jun 13, 2010
Aperture: f/5.6
ISO: 200
Shutter: 0.769231
Galleries: Nature, Water
Date Uploaded: Jun 14, 2010


Place: 101 out of 127
Avg (all users): 4.8959
Avg (commenters): 5.0000
Avg (participants): 4.5000
Avg (non-participants): 4.9944
Views since voting: 527
Views during voting: 364
Votes: 221
Comments: 10
Favorites: 0

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 Comments Made During the Challenge
06/22/2010 11:45:50 PM
Nice scene, but watch your exposure.
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06/19/2010 04:36:54 PM
Love the sense of scale here, although wish the background wasn't quite so washed out as it would be good to see those mountains a little clearer.
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06/19/2010 05:48:04 AM
nice image let down by the sky
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06/18/2010 07:59:04 PM
I wish the trees had a bit more shadow detail. Nice scene anyway.
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06/17/2010 07:58:42 AM
The long shutter spead has caused the sky to be over-exposed, also the detail in the trees is lost.
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06/17/2010 07:12:52 AM
i like the water flow but the mountain is too white and the trees are too dark.
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06/17/2010 05:50:02 AM
This one needed a ND on the sky.
As a consequence of the blown highlights on the sky/mountain, it looses definition. This is one of those times when too much contrast doesn't help.
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06/16/2010 05:48:50 PM
06/16/2010 01:30:06 PM
Very cool. :)
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06/16/2010 08:08:39 AM
Good attempt for the challenge. It's too bad the sky is so blown out. That water looks like it's moving fast enough, that you could have used a much faster shutter and still had the effect of a slow shutter. REally good use of composition though (S curve that exits the lower corner).
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