Old Jelly Mill Falls

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  1. Garrentee

    Garrentee TPF Noob!

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    Been shooting a lot of waterfalls latley!!

    Three shots for your critique...which is best? how can they be better?

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  2. abraxas

    abraxas No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    They're all nice, but all three at a time like that would be nice in the galleries.
     
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    blackdoglab yeah I'm easy.... but I'm not cheap

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    They're all nice, but I prefer #1 and #3. The log is a nice contrast to the rounded rocks and water and brings the eye from the top to the bottom of the frame
     
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    The first one is definately my favorite. Did you do anything different to the pics; filters etc? It looks so surreal!
     
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    Thanks all!!

    abraxas, galleries huh!!!?? Wow, I wish!!

    blackdoglab, thank you!

    lifeafter2am, the only filter i used was a polarizer...but did blend 3 exposures in PS...thanks for the comments
     
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    Nice composition, but my eyes are drawn directly to the log in the first one. It just doesn't look like it belongs at all, mainly because light is coming down and the log doesn't cause any shadows whatsoever. So that makes it very disturbing to me. I like the 2nd one the best.
     

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