Winter Waterworks

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Comments (77)

Brian Gymer on March 16, 2009

Tom like your HDR photos what program do you use?I have trialled Photomatix Pro3& had excellent results the bottom fell out the exchange rates makes it a bit pricey at the moment,so I use the Corel version for the present.I tried out your suggestion for sunsets the other day & had excellent results thanks for the tip.Best regards Brian

Tom Lussier on March 16, 2009

Thanks very much Brian. I use Photomatix Pro 3. Seems to be the best out there right now. It's easy to "overdo" the HDR effect so I'm pretty conservative on the applications to get a "natural" look. :) I can't remember what the advise was I gave on sunset shooting but I'm glad it worked for you.

Best regards, Tom

Очень! Очень красиво!

Tom Lussier on March 30, 2009

Большое спасибо Инкелес Александра.

Привет из Америки, Том

Son Nguyen on April 11, 2009

One of the best water falls I've ever seen!! Congratulation!!

Greeting from VIETNAM

GS

callagan46 on October 16, 2009

Semplicemente MERAVIGLIOSA callagan46

GMallmann on October 26, 2009

Beautiful comp! Nicely compressed! Wonderful textures! Soft colours on a very dramatic and motion image!!!! Nice water abstract!!!! :)))))) Best of = of course!!! GM.

steandeb on December 29, 2009

wow!you live in a beautiful part of the US Tom!i would dearly love to upgrade to dslr,are you a Nikon or Canon fan?

Tom Lussier on December 29, 2009

A late "Thank You" to GIANG SƠN, callagan46 and GM for the kind words and appreciation of this image. :)

Thanks very much steandeb. I am a Nikon shooter. This was taken with my old trusty D70 but I've since "upgraded" to a D300. You can't go wrong with a Canon either.(I have three brothers who shoot them:)

Happy New Year from Virginia,

Tom

steandeb on December 29, 2009

thanks tom ,so whats the best entry level dslr nikon then,i will follow your trusted opinion!

Tom Lussier on December 29, 2009

Well Steve the D3000 would be the least expensive NEW dslr. A used D40 would be cheaper with less megapixels(same sensor as was used in the image above). It really depends upon your budget. If you can afford a few more pounds then I'd go with a new D90 that would add video as well. Good luck and let me know if you have any more questions. Also please check out my website at www.tomlussierphotography.com. You can contact me there as well.

All the best, Tom

Tom Lussier on January 18, 2010

Thank you very much Tom. The HDR has a more subtle look under mid-day sun. :)

Best regards to Hungary from Virginia,

Tom

Tomas K☼h☼ut on February 22, 2010

Hello Tom L., I could not recognize at first sight that this is HDR. At second... maybe colours are little bit unusual, but for me it is mastered technique! And magnificent capture too!

Greetings from Prague Tom

Ilan Brami-Rosilio on December 13, 2010

Great picture! Liked (4)! Greetings from Israel. Ilan

der Machdeburjer on February 11, 2011

great work - YS, best greetings Reimund

Barbara-LAKE- on February 19, 2011

fantastica COMPLIMENTI!!!!!!

WONDERFUL PICTURE.. LIKE!!!

Greetings from LAKE COMO-ITALY

Harrie Muis on March 30, 2011

very impressive with slow shutter, like 7

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Tom Lussier
Lovettsville, Virginia USA

Photo taken in Great Falls Park, 9200 Old Dominion Drive, McLean, VA 22102, USA

Photo details

  • Uploaded on February 5, 2008
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    by Tom Lussier
    • Camera: NIKON D70
    • Focal Length: 150.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/19.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO200

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