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Blanchard Springs

Discussion in 'Landscape Photography Forum' started by Evertking, Jul 12, 2018.

  1. Evertking

    Evertking Well-Known Member

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    This is a spot close to my home. Blanchard Springs, Arkansas IMG_20180529_002449_427.jpg
     
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    How long was the exposure on this?
    What filters did you use.

    When I try and get that really milky look my filters ruin the image (cheap filters) on anything long enough to achieve it.
     
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  3. Evertking

    Evertking Well-Known Member

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    I didn't have a filter with me on this day. The day was overcast and this spring was in DEEP shade. I set to my lowest iso and set my apreture to, I think, f 18.
     
  4. Pete Larkin

    Pete Larkin Always on Premium Member

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    You've done well without filters. Rocks are crisp - water is a bit too far gone for my personal taste, but I accept that may be different to yours!
     
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    David_MC Always on

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    Beautiful image. I feel like the image has a lean to it but I know that is probably not the case. Like Pete I would have preferred a shorter exposure to bring out more detail in the water but this look very nice as well.
     
  6. Roger S

    Roger S Crazy Canuck Administrator

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    The image is definitely leaning to the left, but other than that well captured. Of course the water is way too smoothed out for my taste but the rocks are sharp.
     
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    Nice shot. I feel exactly how Roger does.
     
  8. Isac

    Isac Always on

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    Beautiful place to take a photo (and I don't believe you are new to photography!). Agree with most about a shorter exposure.
     
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  9. David Payne

    David Payne Always on Premium Member

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    Me too on the exposure, but a unbeautiful spot well captured.
     
  10. Evertking

    Evertking Well-Known Member

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    It's going on about 2 years now. I practice almost everyday and it seems like I'm just putting a dent in it and there is always something new to learn lol..
    I almost didn't even post here, a LOT of tremendous talent here, very intimidating. But I figured I could learn from it.
    Photoshop.. now I don't even want to think about that lol... I willing to bet that is a never ending learning process.
     
  11. Isac

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    I think you have a great eye for the "different" and portray it extremely well in your photos. Photoshop is definitely a never ending leaning curve that's for sure!
     
  12. beersurgeon

    beersurgeon Here a lot

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    Almost looks like a river of milk! Very cool shot!

    I feel the exact same way! I don't get to shoot that often with buying my first camera in September and have a lot to learn on taking a good shot. And then there's photoshop......
     

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