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Five very wet trees ... HDR | by Emil9497 Photography & Art
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Five very wet trees ... HDR

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Frankly speaking I'm an adorer of places like Edessa, because honestly there is a unique, beautiful and interesting shot at almost every place you may cast your glance at !!! It is practically one of the places that can be called a photographer's paradise ...


I honestly believe that it is a mistake to shoot at only alternative views of the main theme ... You should try to search for secondary, minor details that deffinitely exist around a major worth seen event, that make a positive impact on you and try to take them down by setting off the element that hit your eye in the first place !!!


Undoubtedly my friends a successful shot is a shot that initially makes an intense impression on the photographer ... This is, I believe, the third component of a successful photograph (the other two being proper lighting and interesting synthesis) ...


In other words, don't bother to try to impress others with a theme that basically you are not impressed by !!! It's simply not gonna happen !!!!


EXIF: NIKON D90 with Nikon Nikkor 18 - 55 lens, Shutter Speed priority (I was after the long exposure effect of the waterfall), f 32 (a very small f value chosen by D90 in order not so much to define the clarity of DOF but to normalize the exposure of the shot and to compensate for the large shutter speed), ISO 200, focal length 42 mm, manual exposure selection, cloudy weather adjusted white balance, center weighted average light metering mode, use of ND HOYA X2 filter, HDR made by only one original RAW shot with shutter speed 1/4 s, managing to accurately convey the scene's cloudy atmospere's lighting conditions to the viewer, flash didn't go off, no tripod ....


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Taken on January 7, 2011