Both pictures are very impressive Sam this one just takes it for me Like Regards Richard
This is my preferred composition too Richard but then I do like my squares :o)
many thanks and best wishes, Sam :o)
Cheers Ian, one leaf was left there deliberately when I tidied up a bit before shooting but in editing it seemed wrong on it's own so I looked through some other images and found a leaf to add alongside, once the colour was tweaked to suit it all looked much better :o).
The one on the rock behind is added also and was from here. I just like playing and creating mate :o)
many thanks !
Tha'll be growin webbed feet afore lang lad;-)) I like the square crop too,nowt wrong with the other shots mind,on the contrary, its a lovely series of shots Sam.
Well I might on one foot Neil since I have a tiny hole in my waders and for all I know which bit gets wet first I just can't find the blooming puncture. Aye it was a canny session and one I'm glad I got when I did because autumn seems to have come nicely only for the bad weather to spoil everything again like it did last year.
cheers mate :o)
A cracker Sam, the 1 second exposure has worked just right here, and I like how you've framed the flow of water through the scene. Think it would work well in mono as well.
Cheers Stuart, I've learned if you set the shutter speed first, aperture for depth of field second and then deal with any futher compensation using polarisers, ND filters and/or iso the capture of water is pretty easy.
Personally I wouldn't even consider mono here because of it being an autumnal scene and that won't carry across in a non colour version. I'd certainly think about doing it for a winter shot though.
best wishes, Sam :o)
Excellent ‼ LIKE ♥♥♥
Thank you Arno, best wishes fron Yorkshire :o)
Very nice place and breath taking photo. Like.
Thank you Christine
I'm thrilled to have managed that effect with my image Ercan and I thanks you for the encouraging comment.
Best wishes to you both.
LIKE , great shot, steve
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