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Mingus Mill


Details: Equipment: canon 5d mark 2 Location: Great Smoky Mountains
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Susan Jones
Nov 16th 2009, 00:43
stunning!! remarkable light work

Cristine Stroud
Nov 25th 2009, 12:04
fantastic balance of light, nice bold contrast. very nice work Scott

Summer Rispoli
Nov 25th 2009, 12:15
amazing photo!!! it's like looking at a live version of a Kinkade painting!

Brad S. Walden
Nov 25th 2009, 22:42
what a great image, great tones and excellent water movement

Harvey Grant
Nov 27th 2009, 11:30
truly an amazing photo here, what was your exposure time? the water is so milky and beautifully done

Cristine Stroud
Dec 17th 2009, 01:36
congrats Scott! Now everyone will see this amazing photo on the home page

Fernando de Otto
Dec 20th 2009, 13:13
Tremendous! Incredible work!

Tony Sarne
Dec 22nd 2009, 23:09

Axel B
Jan 27th 2010, 03:57
Hi Scott, this is really a grat job. i love the way u "freeze" the water, and the light and the contrast are excellent. Looks like a perfect HDR tuning... Congrats! Ax

Scott Allen
Jan 27th 2010, 08:46
Hey Axel B - good of you to pick up on the different exposures. I bracketed across several shutter speeds on this shot. i do not use any real HDR software. I pick and choose what i want using layer masks. sort of the same but i am in total control. What, you did not believe my canon 5d mark 2 had this much dynamic range? Just kidding. thanks everyone for spending some time with my images. nothing better than other photographers looking at each others work.

David Ingraham
Jan 30th 2010, 14:38
Excellent work! Great composition, shutter-speed choice, and dramatic post-production work. (Lightroom? Silver Efex?)

Scott Allen
Jan 30th 2010, 15:58
post production work was done in photoshop cs 3. i did make some choices in black and white conversion. the shutter speeds varied across several exposures as described above. i pick and choose what i want by hand with layer masks. i would have to go back and study the raw files to see what the shutter speed was for the water. David, i have been enjoying some of your work.

Scott Allen
Jan 30th 2010, 16:03
This image prints incredible at 24 x 35 on my epson 7900 on harmon gloss stock and has been selling very well for me. i always feel that something gets a little lost on a screen on line. but, it sure is fun sharing with so many photographers.

Craig Litten
Jul 1st 2010, 08:26
Some masterful landscapes here Scott with perfect toning.