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Discussion in 'Landscapes, Architecture, and Cityscapes' started by dmwphoto, Apr 23, 2007.
One view from Saturday
A very cool composition. Definitely a wall hanger !
I like it, it's a different view from what you usually see of waterfalls, makes you want to stop and look a bit longer.
Thanks Jeff! Appreciate you stopping by for a look.
very nice, and lovely colours....
Very nice image. Can you please provide a bit details of this shot for me?
Mode (M or A), WB, ISO, F-stop, which part of the image you focussed on (or recomposed..).
iExif do not show any exif info on this image for me.
Thanks for posting.
That is cool. I really like the bright green of the moss against the white of the water. I agree with Jeff, the composition makes you stop and look a little longer. Nicely done.
Dave, a very interesting angle, I love the green moss on one side against the trees on the other side.
Now about that Lexus, please, please :biggrin: :biggrin: let me down gently if I have to wait for the right colour ?
Ps. I am enjoying having my own name on NC. :smile: :smile:
Pretty cool. If you were standing where I think you were when you shot this, it must have been slick! Those falls are a playground for grownups photographers.:biggrin:
Great job Dave on the falls.
Thanks Kris, I appreciate you taking the time to look and comment.
Thanks for the comments. For this image I shot in Manual mode, used spot metering and metered on the moss. It was shot with the 17-35 mm lens and the settings were f/16, 1.6 second, auto WB, ISO 100 and I used a 2 stop ND filter (full ND). I focused just this side of the water.
Thanks for looking!
Thanks Sharon! Very kind of you.
Thanks buddy! I had a pretty good stance whrer I was but it was tough to get to that spot. You are right, this little area is a veritable playground for photographers.
Melissa- I appreciate your comments and good to see you. Have not seen you on here for a while. Hope all is well with you.
That is a different perspective and it works. Nicely done Dave!
Try again, definetly NOT pink :redface: :redface: :redface: :redface: .
Pam ha ha.
A very interesting angle, Dave. The green moss certainly adds to the shot. Very nice.
Thanks Andy and Sandi!
Dave, from the one i have seen from you of this subject, i think this one has the best tones.
Thanks Gilles. That is interesting. I did the entire editing of this one in Bridge/CS3 rather than through Aperture as is my usual way.
Thanks for looking and for your feedback.