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Carlyon Beach Marina with Mt. Rainier

Carlyon Beach Marina with Mt. Rainier
Copyright ©2010, Greg Mennegar
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Photographer: Greg Mennegar
Folder: e-620
Uploaded: 22-Feb-2010 19:09 CET
Current Rating: 8.25/4
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Camera: Olympus E620
Exposure time: 1/200
Aperture: f8
Focal length: 188
Lens: 70-300
Focusing method: Spot
ISO: 100
White balance: Manual(One Touch)
Flash: no
Image format: RAW
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Image resized to: 600x800

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wonderful shapes and lines with the mountain in the distance to give it a sense of scale. Might be just me but it seems to be rather contrasty?

Mike Bywater at 00:46 CET on 24-Feb-2010 [Reply]


It was a somewhat hazy day and the mountain didn't show up as well in the original image as it does here. I bumped up the black levels a bit and gave it a strong contrast curve in Lightroom so that the mountain would be more visible.

Greg Mennegar at 00:50 CET on 24-Feb-2010 [Reply]


Fantastic place, great reflection. I would choose a different angle and capture the mountain in fully.

Rina Kupfer at 02:43 CET on 05-Mar-2010 [Reply]


I've been taking a photography class at the local community college and our "assignment" for the week was to make compositions using lines and shapes, so my composition was intended to emphasize the lines of the pilings and then hopefully draw the viewer farther back into the image and to the mountain.

Greg Mennegar at 03:05 CET on 05-Mar-2010 [Reply]


I like that you didn't center the mountain, the photo would have looked cluttered otherwise.

David Farrell at 05:18 CET on 11-Mar-2010 [Reply]

Carlyon Beach...

Wober Greg...I like this composition!

Arun Prabhu at 16:54 CET on 12-Mar-2010 [Reply]

Carlyon Beach...

Wonderful Greg!...I like this composition!!

Arun Prabhu at 16:56 CET on 12-Mar-2010 [Reply]