Mini-waterfall

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  1. Nytmair

    Nytmair TPF Noob!

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    nice pic...i don't know if it's a good or bad thing, but the light on the bottom left keeps drawing my eye towards it...what's to the right of the waterfall?
     
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    well here's another one I got of the same waterfall, but this one looked a LOT better in black/white in my opinion. Would you like this one better than the first? I agree, that light does draw my eyes away from the waterfall.

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    I like #2 more, the angle is better and less urban cruder
     
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    yea, i would say the #2 is the better of the two. the b&w adds a different appeal too.
     
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    Personally, I prefer the second frame. Great motion! The houses' add a very unique twist. The first frame has a "movie set" appeal that seems interesting, but there may be too much going on.
     
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    I too prefer the second pic but I'd also like to see that in color.
     
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    now looking at both the B/W and color version of #2...i'm liking the color...ugghh, i can't decide :)
     
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    Why thank you and I definitely prefer the color version.
     
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    I like the BW, although I think it needs more contrast.
     
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    hmmm...i'm starting to like #2 in color better....
     
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    #2 b&w version ... can i get a amen :D
     

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