" don't go chasing waterfalls"...

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  1. Darfion

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    This was taken about two hours ago using an Olympus C300 digital camera. I know it's over exposed at the top but i don't really care. :p There's a few more examples on my site
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    nice one mate! where is it...its lovely!
     
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    Shoot Darf, there's nothing up there in the overexposed part anyway- crop it! :wink:

    ***edit to add- Or, you could add a blank layer do a grad fill on the top portion to darken it up a bit. ***

    Nice shot though. :)

    Jim
     
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    nice shot :thumbsup: think i would add some blue to the sky
     
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    I think I agree with Jim, crop it a bit. It's definitely a keeper! :D
     
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    Chase I am now benign! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    One of those situations that makes you wish you had a graduated ND filter with you...but I think you captured the exposure perfectly!

    Very nice shot!
     
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    Ah, what a beauty! Crop it down to the rocks just above her and you have an instant winner in less than 15 seconds!! Nice! :thumbsup:
     
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    Nice shot Darfion, I agree firslty with slightly over exposed, would have been nice to see some clouds, alos I would crop the rock out in the lower left. Otherwise good work.
     
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    Even with the overexposure it is a great photo. It has a nice peacefull feeling to it.
     
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    Cheers. The place is in Ingleton, Yorkshire, UK. Can't think of the name of the falls at the moment, and I was only there yesterday. :roll: Just done a search. It's called "Thornton Force". Strange name I know but a beautiful place.
    Here's a link http://www.ingletonwaterfallswalk.co.uk/
     
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    Show off :D
     

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