Waterfall

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  1. photonuts

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    Hi, following are some waterfall pictures archive I want to share with you.

    I shot those pictures back in 2008 and those are shot near Banff, AB. I like those picture but still think is missing something.:grumpy: I am looking forward to hear some advise from you.



    1. @ ISO 200 f/22 1/5s
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    2. @ ISO 200 f/22 0.6s
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    3. @ ISO 200 f/22 0.4s
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    4. @ ISO 200 f/22 2s
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    5. @ ISO 200 f/22 0.8s
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    Thanks for the advise!!


    Here is my last post
     
  2. Dcrymes84

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    WOW those are awesome nice job
     
  3. photonuts

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    Thanks for the comment
     
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    they look really good, waterfalls are my favorite. but why 200 iso?
     
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    VERY NICE!! #4 is my favorite but they are all great.
     
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    No.4 is the best! great job
    Maybe ND filter would help you with the over exposed areas.
     
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    Yeah no doubt # 4 is the best. I wanna to visit there, will see some day.
     
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    I like the composure on #3 the best, kinda gives some depth with the tree in the foreground (not overpowering). Although I don't prefer such a long exposure giving the water a milky smooth look. Nice job on the pics.
     

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