Yosemite Valley Morning
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MotoMannequin

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Location: Livermore, CA CA US
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· Date: Sat 28-June-2008 · Views: 4214 · Filesize: 198.7KB, 218.6KB · Dimensions: 900 x 598 ·
Rating: ********* 8.86
Keywords: Yosemite
Camera: D300
Lens and Filters: Sigma 10-20 @ 18mm C-PL
Film and/or ISO: ISO 100 (Lo 1)
Aperture: f/11
Shutterspeed: 1/25"
Location: Yosemite Valley (near Swinging Bridge)
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NFG


Location: Fontenay FR
Posts: 1,436
Sat 28-June-2008 04:47 Rating: 10 

Thats a very fine shot of the falls with an amazing reflection, well done.
BSchirm

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Location: Rolling Hills CA US
Posts: 3,623
Sat 28-June-2008 09:54

Excellent capture Larry. The reflection came out perfect.
SMBrown1122


Location: CT US
Posts: 10
Mon 30-June-2008 11:08 Rating: 9 

Very crisp and clear...and well composed.
cherokee150
Location: Powhatan VA US
Posts: 5
Mon 30-June-2008 03:23 Rating: 9 

Beautiful capture with excellent color and exposure
packrat
Location: Kanab UT US
Wed 14-January-2009 02:40 Rating: 8 

The scene was there so it's all in the exposure and with as much that is represented here that is a challenge. I think exposing for the non reflected (top) part of the scene should take priority and in the image the rock face on the left is overexposed taking the green trees with it to a degree. Naturally, the reflected image risks underexposure but I think you still had some leeway there. Did you do some bracketing with this shot to increase your options? You might also delve into HDR technique for these types of exposures.
Texanbychoice
Location: Allen TX US
Mon 26-January-2009 11:04 Rating: 8 

Packrat suggestions are good. Contrast between reflected image and seems a little strange. A little more contrast or clarity in the top image might be better.


Overall a good and pleasing shot. I love reflections and this one is very good.


Cliff
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