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Reservoir Landscapes

This is a discussion on Reservoir Landscapes within the Show your photo (Color) - Landscape & Nature (flowers, mountains, storms etc.) forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; These are all 5 bracketed HDR processed photos. 1. North Glenmore Park (left) and Heritage Park (right). Downtown Calgary in ...

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    These are all 5 bracketed HDR processed photos.
    1. North Glenmore Park (left) and Heritage Park (right). Downtown Calgary in the distant background.


    2. North Glenmore Park


    3. South Glenmore Park


    4. Heritage Park
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    Very cool! I really like that last one. Love the subdued colour palette in the colour shots.

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    All lovely. Hard to choose, between the gold and the silver tones.

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    Very nice use of HDR. Love the pastel colour palette. The warmth of the golden hues competing with the cool blues is appealing also.

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    Very nice set, and has been said before well processed. The water really shines and they would look great printed on a glossy/ metallic paper
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    Awesome work. I would never have though to go hdr with scenes like this. Number 2 and 4 for me.

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    Thanks. And thanks for the suggestion about metallic paper. I've been looking for an excuse to order some.
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    A very nice set, For me no 2, the favorite - the broken ice grabs the eye.

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    These are great. Beautifully composed and a nice use of HDR.
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