High Force (waterfall)

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  1. KenCo

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    Hi guy's, it's been quite sometime since I posted anything and looks like I have a lot of posts to catch up on......
    Took this shot the other day,
    It's an 80ft drop over the edge were I was standing and I hate heights.
    Got my shots and vacated the area as quickly as my shaking body would allow :D
    This was taken with the 17-55 and is a 3 shot hdr.
    Got some others from another waterfall a little further up river which I'll post soon.

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    C&C Welcome.
    TFL.
    Ken.
     
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    Looks great, but it lacks contrast. There's no pure black and there's no pure white.

    EDIT, actually I think there is, but it still looks like it lacs contrast a little bit.
     
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    Composition: I love the sky and waterfall, but I'm finding all that foreground stuff to be very distracting.
     
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    I rather like it, i'm no expert but I can see where the other posters are coming from, I would love to see the waterfall close up, it looks pretty impresive.

    Deano
     
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    Seems like its showing a little too much ground in my opinion
     
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    yeah a shot in front of the rocks in the foreground would have been much better. Your subject is there, the eye just has to jump some hurdles to focus on it first. Same with the sky. It is a great sky, it would look better with more of it in the picture.
     
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    Very Nice Composition
     
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    Looks great to me. Nice to see some of your work again. You've been away to long.
     
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    Thanks guy's appreciate the comments and agree with what has been said.....
    Thanks mate nice of you to say....means a lot thanks!
    Ken.
     
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    Great to see you back and posting, Ken! You've been missed.

    I really like the shot...so much of interest in it (gnarly roots, storm clouds, rockface, waterfall, greenery etc etc). Look forward to seeing more!
     
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    Beautiful shot. It would have been much better if the sky is blue. Thanks for sharing.s
     
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    Fantastic shot. The HDR works really well here.
     

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