Is it possible that a scene can sometimes fail to deliver a pleasing composition, or is it that the photographer that has failed? I spent about 90 minutes shooting this waterfall from pretty much every angle available and still no dice, arrived well before sunset, tried various places, heights, orientation, shutter speeds and just couldnt pull off a good shot compostionally that I was happy with onsite. In the end I thought bugger it, I will at least wait until the "blue hour" and get some nice colour through but it was just flat and meh. So here are 3 I have I tweaked in an attempt to polish a turd, the sky area was close to blowing out in every frame, so the colour has been added post to avoid an otherwise dull white nothingness. 1. 2. 3. ...and lastly, the only shot of the day that I actually dont mind. Not sure if the "shallow" depth of field works for you guys, but I like it. A merge of 2 consecutive frames at 420mm f/5.6, the merge was an afterthought. 4.