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    Default Colours of autumn II

    the 'gold plated' structure - kinkakuji


    maple leaves from ryoanji


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    Nice colors! Any filters for this shots?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntZ
    Nice colors! Any filters for this shots?
    thanks. no filters used...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rncw
    Ahh... this is my favourite shot Very nice autumn colors

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    The 2nd pix is my fav.
    It shows raining during autumn, not just autumn.
    DOF can be increased a bit though...

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    I like the 2nd and 4th picture. if you move a bit to include the whole "gold plated" stucture, the first picture is perfect.
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    good stuffs, nice colors.

    P.S. Wished that the leaves did not block the view to kinkakuji.

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    how about this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rncw
    the 'gold plated' structure - kinkakuji
    maple leaves from ryoanji
    this one is very nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by rncw
    how about this?
    didnt care too much for the washed out sky. I'd expose for the sky with a cir-pol attached and live with more shadows in foreground.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ed9119
    didnt care too much for the washed out sky. I'd expose for the sky with a cir-pol attached and live with more shadows in foreground.

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    if i had a cir pol with me...

    hope next spring's sakura will turn out good...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ed9119
    didnt care too much for the washed out sky. I'd expose for the sky with a cir-pol attached and live with more shadows in foreground.

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    Hi
    Actually I kind of like the sky the way it is, gives a more dream-like feel to the whole picturesque landscape.
    PL-CIR may filter off the reflections of the trees/golden structure in the water, or render them too dim?

    Just my $0.02 worth.

    rncm, great photos!
    The atmosphere of the photos feels romantic, dreamy, relaxed...
    Wish I could be there...
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    really beautiful colours i like the 1st and 2nd...

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