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Discussion in 'Landscapes, Architecture, and Cityscapes' started by hamsey, Apr 26, 2005.
Got up early to get this waterfall photo:
Thanks for looking!
Norm, you did a great job. Very nice blur on the water. I would have moved the stick as it distracts from an otherwise great shot.
Very nice blur indeed!
It's a classic and you've done it well.
Norm, worthwhile getting up early! Your photo is a classic
I like the millky-creamy water, excellent! :wink:
ARGH!! The dreaded RED X!!!!! :x :x :x :x :x
i agree about the stick but other than that a good looker.
Bryan, that's been happening a lot lately, but when I refreash, it loads. Strange, but repeatable.
Norm, beautifully done and post processed. Makes you feel that you can reach out and touch it and it has some punch. Well done!
I agree about the stick, first thing I thought when I saw it. Some people actually like it! I'm going to go back move it and reshoot. Thanks for the comments.
A nice long exposure on this one I am with the others move the stick out of the way next time
Very nice shot. I agree, the stick does get in the way a bit.
Good shoot. But like many have already said the stick is to distracting, I try not to change a scene put if it is easy and detrimental like the stick I will. If you do go back consider putting more image in the top area, like what is up there or where is the waterfall coming from, it may not due anything but I kept looking up there.
Nice exposure. 8)
I'm gonna go out on a limb (no pun intended) and say that I always shoot a scene as found, no changes (the golfer in me, I guess). I take whatever Mother Nature hands me and work around it. The stick there tells a story - a recent windstorm, maybe a racoon fight in some tree, etc *LOL* Each to their own opinion, tho. I really like this shot, but then again, I'm a real sucker for waterfalls!