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Posted by cwdavis on Sat Apr 04, 2020 10:46 am

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... Over the French Broad River

Sony a7rii, 70-200mm/4 @ f/7, 1/60s, ISO 1600
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by Carol Clarke on Sat Apr 04, 2020 2:21 pm
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So beautiful!  I really love this magical scene and the wonderful mood.  A pleasure to view, Bill!

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by E.J. Peiker on Sun Apr 05, 2020 4:01 pm
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Beautiful shot.  To my eye, cropping this to a 16x9 by removing some space on top takes this to the next level.  Definitely wondering why you would choose to shoot this at ISO 1600?
 

by John Labrenz on Sun Apr 05, 2020 11:14 pm
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Love the low fog and distant mtns...peaceful feeling.
I'm guessing ISO1600 because it was handheld?
 

by cwdavis on Mon Apr 06, 2020 10:57 am
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E.J. Peiker wrote:
Beautiful shot.  To my eye, cropping this to a 16x9 by removing some space on top takes this to the next level.  Definitely wondering why you would choose to shoot this at ISO 1600?


Thank you all for the nice complements, and EJ especially for the constructive feedback, which turned out to be quite instructive.  Changing the aspect ratio did improve the photograph.

John's guess was right on:  ISO 1600 because the image was taken hand-held.  A tripod would definitely have helped, probably even more than changing the aspect ratio in post-processing.
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