Gooseberry Falls, MN

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  1. uberben

    uberben TPF Noob!

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    A couple of the many waterfall pics I took up in northern minnesota a week ago. It was a gloomy day and my pics dont really pop much. I think the first one is a bit over exposed and washed out as well.

    What are your thoughts and suggestions


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    They're all good, but I really like #3.
     
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    nice shots

    my suggestion would be more contrast and more saturation. if you're good with ps, you could put skies in the first and third shots (The second doesnt really need it). the overcast grey sky detracts from the lush subject. i like number 2 the best, it has the best leading lines IMO, and the most pleasing exposure. very cool place i bet!
     

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