Waterfalls II, Columbia River Gorge, OR

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I got a few minutes to process a few more waterfalls from Columbia River Gorge, Or. I don't use D Lighting much in NC 4.4 but it really helped to bring out the greens and rocks in these images.

For ease of viewing all images posted are landscape. I have several in portrait (full view) but I hate jumping from landscape to portrait and back whne viewing images.

Bridal Veil Falls:
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Bridal Veil Falls 2:
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Multnomah Falls:
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Latourell Falls:
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Horsetail Falls:
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wembley
 
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1 more, a quick play with black and white and a little toning for a dramatic effect.

Multnomah Falls:

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cheers
wembley
 
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Understand your reasoning, but like Rob I think some of the shots need to be viewed in the portrait orientation to be more effective.
 
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I like #2. The stick in the foreground adds interest. I'd love to see more of the rock in the background if this is a crop. Nice motion of the water.
 

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