running water

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  1. jacsul

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    I took these yesterday, not sure which one works better, strait up or diagonal. Please comment.
    thanks,
    Jack

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    I like the diagonal shot (#2) a lot more
     
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    I prefer #2, since #1 is underexposed and further away from the action. Seems to be a strong magenta cast in #2. I hope it's not my monitor...
     
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    ya number 2 is the best
     
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    The diagonal line in number 2 provides energy and visual interest. The movement of the water in the upper portion of the photograph also adds to the depth of the image. Nice shot.
     
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    Thanks...
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    #2 is better composed (angle/contrast etc).
     
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    As said about 5 times,i think number 2 is better.

    Good work!
     
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    :blushing: Thanks again :blushing:

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