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Beaver Creek by strangledbyart Beaver Creek by strangledbyart
The last in my series of beaver creek shots I took the other day and my favorite shot from the outing.
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PeterJCoskun Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2009
ive featured this in my 100 deviations journal :)

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strangledbyart Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2009
Thank you
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PeterJCoskun Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2009
your very welcome!
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simba Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2004
Beautiful image. I love the motion capture and the softness the water appears to have is wonderful.

*wishing I could travel with a tripod*

Nice work. :)
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x-design Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2004   Interface Designer
yoo, this is look's so smooth and nice...
i like it
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dlusion Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2004   Photographer
Awesome stuff :) Whenever I try long exposure they always come out way too overexposed :(
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rednaz Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2004
gatta love the long exposure, you must have a tripod, me is jealous. very nice composition, but yeah maybe a border or something cuz something is just a little unsettling though i still really like it ^_^
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pmckenzie Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2004   Photographer
This is a brillinat piece of work.
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TheSquab Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2004
I love this shot because the watter seems so surreal..It really does kicketh asseth
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strangledbyart Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2004
lol thanks
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moonduster Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2004
Wow! This is a gorgeous shot! The kid of shot I'm always trying to get. :)
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excelsis Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2004
nice effect on the water.
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simply-criptic Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2004   Photographer
very fresh, most people i've seen do this kind of shot use b/w
what shutter speed and ISO film did you use?
sharp focusing, :D
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oso-oso Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2004
the water looks wispy and ethearal
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welder Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2004
The composition of this is great, and exposure is just about perfect. Great contrasts, and the muted colors really establish a nice atmosphere. Not really much else I could add, great photo :)
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Choogster Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2003
very nice shot, good composition and choice of subject.. you've even got the exposure time down
to a fine art :) nice one
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dreamheaven Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2003
what an awesome shot! the water looks like it's painted on over the top :giggle:
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halfliquid Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2003
the water looks rendered .. but that's what i always say on these shots -- reminds me of some of `adam1975's shots of renderific-looking water because of the exposure that he used.

awesome shot.
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b1itz-lunar Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2003
The water looks great! - Is it a filter or is that part of the photography method?
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kneenay Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2003
again...a super job! the angle and the contrast of the green and the brown and almost silver water --- great!!!

:hug:
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degauss Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2003
It looks almost as if the water has bcome a stream of silver flowing over the rocks. Nice angle as well. Keep up the good work.
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