Valley Falls

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  1. Tim Ray

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    nice... but the exposure seems a bit off.

    I like it tho.
     
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    Actually I used Kevin Kubota's radiant landscape so that the details in the rocks are revealed.
     
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    Assuming you didn't stretch the contrast beyond belief in post-processing, this would be a situation where an HDR would bode well for allowing more detail to be seen.
     
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    The water is way too blown out for my taste, and the color seems off. Otherwise it would be a great shot.
     
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    I like the detail of the rocks, but I would lighten them up a bit. The photo seems busy. The rocks in the foreground maintain my attention -is that the idea? (What do I know? I'm a noob) Anyways, overall 9.9 out of 10!! Cool Photo!
     

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