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Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by JustSomeDesignr, Mar 26, 2010.
Images take at Rainbow Springs State Park - Florida
They are all pretty and the last one has some artefacts above the trees. Sorry there is nothing much else to go on.
some looks too soft.
The palms trees one doesnt seem to have a real subject, my eye just wanders around the frame. and as stated above the last one is over processed. see the white "halo" around the trees? That means you are doing too much.
A bit over sharpened and the vingette does nothing for the image. Let the beauty of the waterfall speak for itself.
Slow shutter speeds and landscapes are tough, this one isn't soft due to movement it's out of focus, look at your fencepost.
Over sharp and really takes away from the image. Aside from it being a very cookie cutter sunset, it's just there.
Over processed again, not sure what I'm looking at but the scenery is pretty. I'd like to stick a lounge chair there with a cooler of booze and escapee for a week.
Very soft, very processed, dust on your sensor or lens should be cleaned up. It looks like there may be a fire nearby but I doubt that was the case. I think it's a start but I would go wider, leaving the gazebo to the right and including more water. After you clean your lens of course.
Overall not terrible but over processed, over sharpened, and soft focus are things that sort of take away from the beauty.
The last photo is HDR, right? In my opinion the effect on the sky has been pushed way too far.
I'll second Jessica's suggestions, though I think most of the softness is probably due to diffraction and not camera movement. They're definitely way over processed for my taste.
I think the composition is the best in the second waterfall picture, though I would consider using a larger aperture next time, and drop the vignette too. I'm guessing you were trying to get a longer shutter speed, but I'd either look into getting a ND filter or using a lower ISO to avoid the diffracting blurring.
Think all the of them have had the HDR treatment.
Only the last is HDR. The others were sharpened and the vignette was added. The fourth of the palm trees and lake is as it was photographed no post processing was done to that image. Thanks for the comments.