Reflections in Yellowstone
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Jose Andres

Location: Buenos Aires AR
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Nikon D200
Tokina 12-24 mm f4 at 12 mm
Singh-Ray gold&blue polarizer set to blue
Singh-Ray 2 stops ND filter, soft
1/45 x f16 iso 200
W&B set to direct sunlight
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Location: White Rock British Columbia BC CA
Posts: 456
Tue 02-October-2007 09:48

Gorgeous capture,,,great colors and light!!

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Location: Mississauga ON CA
Posts: 7,781
Tue 02-October-2007 10:12

Love the simplicity of a narrow colour range and the reflections of the background trees against a yellow/blue lake. Should show your camera, lens, exposure, etc. so others can learn or comment.
Michael Sharps

Location: Rio Vista CA US
Posts: 459
Wed 03-October-2007 03:46

Great composition and colors. I love the contrast between the reds and the deep blue in the water.
Jose Andres

Location: Buenos Aires AR
Posts: 1,106
Wed 03-October-2007 09:35

thank you guys for your comment. I saw this picture beforehand and decided to use the widest (12 mm) of my zoom with a polarizer, using the fumarolas on the upper left to conceal the uneven polarization of the sky, as well as the same effect on the foreground, where the polarization is on is maximun on the middle-left and weak on the middle right, thus, allowing the trees to reflect on the water. I think this "uneven" polarization worked great on this image at that focal lenght used.