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    Bandon, OR

    Bandon, OR

    Shooting data: Canon 40D + Canon EFS 10-22mm 4.5-5.6 @ 2', f/9, iso 400, tripod.

    Just a shot from my trip to Oregon last weekend.
    More at: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?ai...5&l=f86b1b75e3
    C&C welcome.

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    Re: Bandon, OR

    Very nice, post some more.

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    Re: Bandon, OR

    Well done...nice image. What's the glow behind the vertical rock in the left 1/4?

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    Re: Bandon, OR

    There was some source of light - like a lighthouse or something like that.
    I was lucky I got a nice water splash exactly in front of that, so the water got highlighted by the light, and with 2-minute exposure it created this nice, soft, dreamy glow

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    Ah....a two minute exposure...I thought it looked like a long exposure. The mysterious glow just adds to the other-worldly look. Nice job.

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    Re: Bandon, OR

    Hi Agata,

    Haven't seen you around these parts for a while ... so good to see you back!

    Great photo - just a couple of suggestions for an "alternative interpretation" is you're interested ...

    - Try raising the black clipping point to give a bit more contrast to the image (which should also improve the foreground).

    - Try cropping so that the rock isn't dead centre

    Possibly a bit more vibrance and a little less saturation might wring a little more out of the colours?

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