Moss Glen Falls

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  1. Garrentee

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    Very popular waterfall in Stow, VT.

    Been shooting it for a while still havent gotten a great one...let me know how this looks?

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    interesting. beautiful waterfall, but my instinct tells me that there's a better spot to shoot from. the reason I say this is because the waterfall is very wide and has some great shape to it, however the framing of the picture is vertical and takes away from the shape of the falls.

    it also seems that the perspective is a little awkward, like looking up from the feet of a 400 lbs. man. There are better places to shoot a large person from than the feet....


    does that make sense? These are just my ridiculous opinions :)

    I'd say go reshoot because it's a BEAUTIFUL location!
     
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    nah i like the approach -

    try and get closer, to the point just before the camera gets soaked :mrgreen:
     
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    Thanks all!!!

    Ashford i think im with ya on this one...it does seem to lack some sort of dimension

    Surge, thanks as well...next time i will risk my equipment for abetter angle...lol
     
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    Was this handheld? It looks blurry.
     
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    wasnt hand held but it was a very windy day...i think the trees are a bit blurry but the waterfall looks ok...doesnt it?
     
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    Beautiful shot, but I agree that it could be even more beautiful if it was shot as a horizontal, and get more scenery in the frame.
     

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