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Golling from the Creek by AndreasResch Golling from the Creek by AndreasResch
Golling from the Creek

I've posted closer shots from this place before and also wanted to show you this lovely place in a wider view.
It took a manual blend of 4 exposures to get the dynamic range here plus an additional exposure with a higher ISO rating to take care of the vividly moving branches on the right.


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Location: Golling, Austria [link]
Date: October 27th, 2009
Light Conditions: Cloudy
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Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Lens: Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* 35-70mm f/3.4
Focal Length: 35 mm

Shutter Speed: 2.0 sec
Aperture: 16
ISO: 100

Tripod: Feisol CT-3402
Tripod Head: Acratech Ultimate Ballhead

Filters: Hoya HD Circular Polarizer



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:iconkatttty920:
Katttty920 Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2010
SO beautiful!
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:iconmelonenmann:
melonenmann Featured By Owner May 9, 2010
nice!
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:iconbayugly:
bayugly Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
:clap:
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:iconpictureelement:
PictureElement Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2009   Photographer
Featured [link]
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:iconandreasresch:
AndreasResch Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2009  Professional Photographer
Thank you ... have a great christmas.
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:iconalex37:
Alex37 Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
It's tilting to the left, but otherwise this is an excellent image. I like that you have managed to make such a sucessful shot with such a cool whitebalance, thats not easy!
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:iconandreasresch:
AndreasResch Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2009  Professional Photographer
Thanks for pointing that rotation out. I like my images a little cooler, at least the ones where water is included.
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:iconalex37:
Alex37 Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
and I generally like them a little warmer :P
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:iconswitch-sgfx:
switch-sgfx Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2009   Photographer
Seamlessly blended as usual. Great work! :+fav:
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:iconandreasresch:
AndreasResch Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2009  Professional Photographer
Thanks
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:icondontheunsane:
Dontheunsane Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2009
Wonderful waterfall, nice composition, have to learn the trick of stacking and merging photos, good result.
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:iconandreasresch:
AndreasResch Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2009  Professional Photographer
It's a bit trick but far from magic.
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:icontheshinyrock:
theshinyrock Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2009
:wow: beautiful :clap:
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:iconinmymind81:
inmymind81 Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
Stunningly wonderful :love:
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:iconpictureelement:
PictureElement Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2009   Photographer
toller ort!! hat ne schöne tiefe das foto!
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:iconnovelhill:
novelhill Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2009  Professional Photographer
I need to learn how to blend like that. Are there any tutorials you can suggest?
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:iconandreasresch:
AndreasResch Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2009  Professional Photographer
It's just basic manual blending. Put all the version on layers on top of each other and paint into the mask if you want to show parts of it or not. You might be lucky by googling for "photoshop blending layers masks". I don't know of any specific tutorials about it.
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:iconnovelhill:
novelhill Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2009  Professional Photographer
cool, thanks :thumbsup:
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:iconian-plant:
Ian-Plant Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2009  Professional Photographer
great composition, great flow of the water, and I like the cool color cast, well done!
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:iconlirulin-yirth:
Lirulin-yirth Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2009
Very nice!
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:icondrewhopper:
DrewHopper Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2009  Professional Photographer
Holy shit Andreas you've absolutely nailed this one! So much detail and texture throughout the scene, also perfect composition to compliment such a gorgeous location. I have to ask what is the Hoya HD circular polarizer? Not a slim one?
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:iconandreasresch:
AndreasResch Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2009  Professional Photographer
The HD polarizer is a new one from Hoya. It absorbs a little less light and is very durable. No more scratches or smearing. Look here ... [link]
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:icondrewhopper:
DrewHopper Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2009  Professional Photographer
That's crazy, can't destroy it. How much do they cost?
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:iconandreasresch:
AndreasResch Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2009  Professional Photographer
I payed 78 Euros for the 67mm version.
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:icondrewhopper:
DrewHopper Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2009  Professional Photographer
I'd want the 77mm, saves buying step up rings or whatever.
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:iconandreasresch:
AndreasResch Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2009  Professional Photographer
Sure. The Zeiss (67mm) is my main lens and so the filter is best applied there. I'm not a huge fan of always screwing and unscrewing and so I'd rather have the filters on my lenses all the time. So all my other lenses have their (non-HD) filters on them. Once they are worn down I will replace them with the HD versions.
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DrewHopper Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2009  Professional Photographer
The cpl I have at the moment is a joke, it's one of those ultra slim Hoya ones that doesn't have a thread for anything else. I suppose you don't want to stack with the cpl but it would be nice to be able to.
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:iconandreasresch:
AndreasResch Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2009  Professional Photographer
Well ... then and now I mount my Lee Holder to the filter - so it would be nice for sure.
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:icontheblindalley:
theblindalley Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2009  Professional General Artist
:boogie: Amazing! Really great shot! :wow:
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:iconviolin-poet:
Violin-poet Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Very beautiful, stunning photo. The water looks like silk falling across the rocks.
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:iconpatatoshka:
Patatoshka Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2009  Professional Interface Designer
Incredible sharpening! Stunning picture!

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:iconoriginalbossman:
Originalbossman Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2009
That is amazing. I have tried so many times to do this type of blend. 3 long and 1 short to freeze motion but I can never get them to blend. Which is you bottom layer? The high iso one?
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:iconandreasresch:
AndreasResch Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2009  Professional Photographer
No ... I just blended in the sharp branches from the high ISO image. The base layer had the blurry branches.
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:iconoriginalbossman:
Originalbossman Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2009
ahh thanks.
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:iconrolomie:
Rolomie Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2009
place in peace
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:icontheon07:
theon07 Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2009
I just had a small heart attack. perfectly done sir.
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:iconjacob-routzahn:
Jacob-Routzahn Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2009  Professional Photographer
As soon as you showed this shot (or shots) I knew I had seen other photos of it up close. I think here that the blueish tint you give the photos works great. I also like how you let everybody know just how many exposures it took to create this. It allows the viewer to appreciate it that much more.
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:iconandreasresch:
AndreasResch Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2009  Professional Photographer
Thank you ... I'm glad you like the extra informations.
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:iconjacob-routzahn:
Jacob-Routzahn Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2009  Professional Photographer
That's why I always have to add something to each of my photos so that whoever is looking them knows why I took them.
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:iconjacob-routzahn:
Jacob-Routzahn Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2009  Professional Photographer
Always appreciate where a photographer/artist is coming from
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:iconrobinkater:
RobinKater Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2009
der bildaufbau ist sehr stark.
ein toller wasserfall.
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:icongrevys:
grevys Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2009
what a place! well captured!
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:iconflippinphil:
FlippinPhil Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2009  Professional Photographer
Wow Andreas, the dynamic range from your processing is astonishing! :faint: I feel I'm there at this wonderful scene.
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:iconandreasresch:
AndreasResch Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2009  Professional Photographer
Thank you, Phil.
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:iconflippinphil:
FlippinPhil Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2009  Professional Photographer
Pleasure mate.
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:icondanuk86:
danUK86 Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2009   General Artist
awesome place, great composure, colours and sharpness :)
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:iconmatthiashaltenhof:
MatthiasHaltenhof Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
finds gut so wie es ist, könnte aber noch nen tick mehr kontrast vertragen... :)
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:iconandreasresch:
AndreasResch Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2009  Professional Photographer
Durch die Gewalten des Wasser ist um den Fall herum eine Wand aus Wassertropfen - das nimmt viel vom Kontrast in der Distanz weg.
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:iconmutrus:
mutrus Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2009
Absolut unglaubliche Foto. Mir fehlen die worte...
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:iconyannickdellapina:
YannickDellapina Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2009
beautiful!!!:clap:
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Canon EOS 5D Mark II
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2/1 second
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Focal Length
50 mm
ISO Speed
100
Date Taken
Oct 27, 2009, 12:35:15 PM
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