Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by Rosshole, Jun 29, 2010.
Enjoy! Let me know what you think!
I like it; great subject matter and tons of possibilities. On the technical side, I think it's perhaps a stop under-exposed in the upper two-thirds, and compositionally, I have to wonder if you couldn't get a really nice image shooting toward the waterfall.
I will be going back to this spot again. Site access is the difficult part of this that I didn't plan for last night as this was the only angle accessible at the time.
i like it.. my wife's uncle does that to the water in all his waterfall shots.. and I don't know any better.. why is that? why do that, does it look bad if you dont..
also again i love the shot.. the pipe in the wall and the opening itself looks promising for a good shot up close as well..
For me a little less saturation. Otherwise, nice pic.
Thanks for the input... I am pretty green with my post processing so I will work on that. I also look forward to getting there and getting some more pics!
sorry, needed to echo my question.
I seem to be in a minority but I like the water to look like water & not plastic.
The plastic look is achieved using a slow shutter speed so as to blur the motion of the water.
I did it so that you get a feeling of motion of the water.
As with most aspects of photography, it is all personal preference, but as I said above, I like how the slower shutter speed gives you a feeling of motion in the image.
Yeah the only thing I'd do is high en up exposure a bit.
Yeah, i had forgotten about this place and I am going to be going back to try different things. a better exposure is first on my list!
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