Fun with Multnomah Falls.... In Color for a change!

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  1. havoc

    havoc Jedi something or other

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    I know most of the stuff i post is B&W, but at my last trip to Multnomah Falls i figured i would fire off 2 color rolls and see what i got. There is some sharpness issues i think with the pics, the only thing i can come up with is my standard Canon zoom is crap. everything else was done right as far as i know.

    Anyway, please tell me what you think. i would love to know!

    These are all a minor Fall that s in the Multnomah Falls park area, i just found it at the side of the road and pulled over. I think these little ones are really beautiful and hardly ever photographed, so here they are.

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    wow at #2. its almost fake. :lol:


    nicely done.
     
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    #2 is my favorite as well.
     
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    #3 is my favorite, but all of them are very nice. Perhaps a little softness is acceptable, particularly in the first three.

    Looks like a great area to photograph. I hope you shot some pics of stuff other than the waterfalls.
     
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    Yeah 3 is my favorite as well, i like the mist/fog on the top and bottom of the pics. actually though 2 is my least favorite LOL, the colors are real though. I guess i am just partial to the farther back views.
     
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    Ok I have another newbie question here. :lol:

    How are you acheiving that affect with the water?
    is it a slow shutter? or a photoshop effect?
    Could some one fill me in please?
     
  7. bogleric

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    It was the coloring contrast that caught my attention on the second picture. I do like the depth of #3 but I really like contasting colors.

    Also I think it makes me feel like I am at home again.
     
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    Slower shutter speed causes running water to get that snazzy blurred effect.
     
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    ahh ok, i had a hunch thats what it was.
    Thanks shark
     

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