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August 2, 2007
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Make
Canon
Model
Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL
Shutter Speed
13/1 second
Aperture
F/22.0
Focal Length
24 mm
ISO Speed
100
Date Taken
Aug 1, 2007, 7:10:34 PM
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Dusk at Caponigro's Rocks by Delacorr Dusk at Caponigro's Rocks by Delacorr
Taken last night at Caponigro's Rocks.

All comments/critiques are greatly appreciated.
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:iconallisonosilla:
allisonosilla Jan 14, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
I love love love this. It's amazing things like this exist. I love it. :D Good capture of natural beauty. :D
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:iconsami6877:
this is a fairly strong image

the few things that imediately pop out at me are

the little "s" shaped squigle on the rock almost directly below the center, what is that?

It is very pretty, but Im not sure what to look at

the rocks are not very pretty, but the water is.
I would like to see a different angle, maybe a little higher, with the water being the majority of the frame and the rocks as the border

now.. im thinking you can just crop out the bottom of the frame just above that little "s" line

-saM
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:iconchequered:
water looks like clouds.
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:iconpatientlove004:
you always have such pretty things to take pictures of. I live in a place where you don't see much of this kind of thing..unless we travel to other cities that are little bit more pretty but..yea. Do you travel a lot to take pictures? this is a gorgeous shot!
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:icondelacorr:
i don't travel all that much. i tend to make do with what have wherever i am
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:iconmoonshadedweller:
moonshadedweller Aug 2, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
Beautiful. Is it mist, or is it a long exposure of waves that have blurred to become misty-like? (13 sec exposure, is that right?)

It's very surreal, like standing on top of a craggy mountain range looking down into a misty valley. Deceptively large-looking space, excellent use of camera.
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:icondelacorr:
thank you. the water was blurred due to a relatively long shutter speed and shooting at an ultra-wide angle helped dramatize the image.
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:iconmoonshadedweller:
moonshadedweller Aug 3, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
Ahh, neat I thought that was the trick.

I went to take a photo of some star trails tonight (first SLR film photog I've done for a bit) and of course, my batteries were flat :D joy.
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