Kent Falls in Connecticut

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I fancy myself as a motorsport photographer and thats where i gear my businesss, but once in a while get the itch to shoot something a little out of my comfort zone. so it was a rainy day figured id go shoot some waterfalls and i think it worked out pretty well.. Be curious to see what others think, any ideas on how to improve would be great!

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What I "see" looks pretty good but only #3, #4 and #8 are showing, the rest say "Protected by Owner"...

It's also a good idea to number your images when posting so people can comment on them without
having to count down from the top each time... It also helps to put a space between the images so
they display as individual images and don't run together like one long image...

Hope that helps... :wink:
 
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crap, they aren't coming up...i changed settings on my site, may of made em private by accident...il re upload when i get home from work
 
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I like them all, specially those showing the falls closer. As a suggestion (for my personal tastes), I´d brighten the deeper shadows a bit. Anyway, fine images of a beautiful location!
 
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I like them all, specially those showing the falls closer. As a suggestion (for my personal tastes), I´d brighten the deeper shadows a bit. Anyway, fine images of a beautiful location!
thanks, ill try some re-edits this evening and see what it looks like! appreciate the suggestion!
 
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