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    Default Shot over a lake



    Hi, took this shot from the top of a mountain in Hokkaido, Japan. Comments please.
    Last edited by jemchua; 4th January 2007 at 11:54 AM.

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    I feel that it would be better if the highlights of the cloud on top be left out and the colours more saturated.

    my 5 cents

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    nice scenery, but the sun ray is not too obvious...

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    I think the photo is well done, and it would have been better if not for the blown clouds. The sunrays are quite obvious, IMO.

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    Thanks for the comments, however, I don't think I could remove any brown clouds which nature has put there? It was the clearest day already actually out of the 3 days i was on top of that mountain, the other 2 days were simply snowing heavily and visibility was only about 20-30 metres at most. It cleared up for the entire day and I was really glad i got that shot.

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    what a nice place..........

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    looks great to me, up up

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    the place isnt called heavenly view for nothing man...
    thats the pacific ocean in the back.

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    Default Re: Shot over a lake

    haha.ragdoll, it isn't the pac ocean. it's a lake. as stated in the title. the water here is collected in some form of volcanic crater from what I learnt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jemchua View Post
    Thanks for the comments, however, I don't think I could remove any brown clouds which nature has put there
    Not brown clouds. Blown. The highlights were blown. Waiting awhile for the clouds to move a bit wouldn't hurt - next time maybe.

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