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Tingalpa Creek *
21-AUG-2003 Rod

Tingalpa Creek *


A local creek in the Redland shire in the early morning.

Canon PowerShot G2
1/500s f/4.0 at 21.0mm full exif

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Rod 08-Feb-2005 10:01
Thanks Melissa, where are your shots?:-)
melissa m06-Feb-2005 14:25
I can not believe I am blowing thru the exhib shots and this one just jumps out at me and it is one of your's. I love reflections, partly since I think I am reflection challenged. Seriously this is another amazing shot. The clarity and detail of the trees, the wonderful colors of the sky reflected in the water. It really draws you in. Great depth of field:) Where were shots like this in the mini challenges??? lol
Rod 06-Feb-2005 06:29
Thank you all:-)
Salman Ahmed05-Feb-2005 04:29
Velvia colours indeed. Sweet light, sweet composition, sweet capture... sweet!
Canon DSLR Challenge04-Feb-2005 22:32
Aaaah, yes, this is my kind of shot! Beautiful "velvia" colours, fantastic reflections. Needs a frame though ;-)
RH Photography04-Feb-2005 13:04
Perfect exposure, Rod... Lovely colours... A classic landscape shot! Makes you want to be there.
Brian Barnes04-Feb-2005 03:22
The amount of sharpening looks fine on my monitor. This is a great illustration of how clear and beautiful the early morning sun can be. Great work!
ctfchallenge03-Feb-2005 23:08
Well done Rod, my favorite of your three. rich
alexeig03-Feb-2005 21:15
Simply beautiful, nice color.
aam1234 03-Feb-2005 20:19
There is nothing specific that makes it look a bit over sharpened, it just looks that way to me. It's nothing serious, just a tiny bit. Still beautiful pic though.
Rod 03-Feb-2005 19:35
It's still the original Nugar, but I often wonder with me old eyes if the results are as I see it,thanks mate:-)
Nugar03-Feb-2005 19:30
aam, I have to disagree with you here. I think it has a right amount of sharpening(unless Rod already corrected it). Maybe the location of the light source at the left/back of the photographer, which projects some harsh shadows is producing that effect. I like the range of colors
Rod 03-Feb-2005 19:14
Thanks amm, What artifacts can you see from over sharpening? I will look at it tonight & fix.
aam1234 03-Feb-2005 13:30
As Paul D. is encouraging us to give comments, I will, if you don't mind uncle Rod. I think the photo is sharpened just a little more than necessary.