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Challenge: Natural Body of Water II (Advanced Editing VII)
Camera: Canon EOS-400D Rebel XTi
Lens: Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS
Location: Susquehanna State Park, Havre de Grace, MD
Date: Nov 9, 2013
Aperture: f20
ISO: 100
Shutter: .8/1.6/3.2 sec
Date Uploaded: Nov 9, 2013

HDR of three images


Thanks for the votes and the top 10, but to be honest, I really have no idea what you all saw in this. I was figuring it would finish somewhere between 5.5 and 5.7.

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Place: 9 out of 120
Avg (all users): 6.5364
Avg (commenters): 8.6000
Avg (participants): 6.3934
Avg (non-participants): 6.7143
Views since voting: 725
Views during voting: 220
Votes: 110
Comments: 5
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11/19/2013 11:11:11 PM
Very nice composition!
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11/19/2013 06:29:22 PM
Lovely image, the orange/brown colours of the leaves really work well in this image
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11/16/2013 09:15:25 PM
I love this shot. Very nice.
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11/16/2013 04:58:57 PM
Great long exposure and treatment,like the foreground leaves
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11/13/2013 06:33:55 AM
Obviously very nice, I have a similar shot, but when photo and water comes together we have to drag the shutter right? The corners could darker. In photoshop you could try a lassoo and make a more natural vignette. Select what you would want to be the center of attention, in this case I would choose the leafs and where the water impacts on whatever it hits, then draw a "spikey circle" around it (imagine a star with way to many arms). Then feather it somewhere between 180 and 255 depending on how graded you want you vignette to be. Now you have a smoother "circle". Open a curves layer, invert its mask and darken your curves layer. Now you should have a very natural looking vignette.

9 from me
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