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Cannon Beach
Cannon Beach
janruss


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Wide Angle (Advanced Editing IV)
Camera: Canon EOS-10D
Lens: Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM
Location: Cannon Beach, Oregon
Date: Oct 12, 2005
Aperture: F/4
ISO: 200
Shutter: 1/350
Galleries: Landscape, Seascapes
Date Uploaded: Oct 15, 2005

Rotated 1 degree CCW
Cropped
Velvia Action
Levels
Selective Dodging & Burning
Resized
Cloned out imperfections
Resized
Unsharp Mask

Statistics
Place: 33 out of 253
Avg (all users): 6.2332
Avg (commenters): 7.3000
Avg (participants): 5.8783
Avg (non-participants): 6.6111
Views since voting: 898
Views during voting: 375
Votes: 223
Comments: 12
Favorites: 1 (view)


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 Comments Made During the Challenge
10/23/2005 03:51:16 PM
For me personally, I think you have chosen the beach where some fantastic photos have been taken, and you havent captured it as good. Reason - I think sunset or sunrise would have resulted in a far better photo. Good luck though.
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10/21/2005 11:47:29 AM
Color is a bit flat, but I like the WA effect.
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10/20/2005 11:59:31 PM
Is this one of the most photographed locations in the US?? Nice picture though :)
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10/20/2005 11:14:28 PM
Wow, beautiful Love beach pictures. This one is so serene. If it wasn't for the few people in the distance, one could almost assume its "untouched". Very nice.
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10/20/2005 09:01:33 AM
OK, sorry if my earlier comment was too harsh. There's nothing wrong with photographing this popular rock. This is a decent photo (nice reflection, I like the people walking on the beach), but it doesn't really "pop" for me. It's good that you stood (crouched?) in the water, but I think it may have been even better if you had gotten down even lower, so that the camera was practically touching the water. Just a thought... could be wrong. You may get some comments that the horizon line should follow the "rule of thirds," but I would not agree with that. Put the horizon wherever you feel it looks best!
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10/18/2005 04:51:56 PM
I thought we had amended the rules to disallow the use of this beach for all contest entries ;-)
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10/18/2005 01:53:04 PM
Very soft and deep feeling image. I would LOVE to see a high res version of this shot. a 9
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10/18/2005 11:26:46 AM
This is GORGEOUS! I love the tiny little people in it. It adds so much to the perspective of how enormous your scene is. Definitely one of my favorites! 10
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10/18/2005 02:09:17 AM
this works well for wide, dramatic sky and matching beach. cool
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10/17/2005 11:04:58 PM
Awesome....Great job..!!!
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10/17/2005 01:59:45 PM
So simple and so elegant.
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10/17/2005 01:55:33 PM
I know who took this...and it's beautiful like always, sigh, why can't I live somewhere with cool rocks, and water, and a beach....

Stupid Kansas...
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