Waterfall

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  1. toruonu

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    Ok a few shots of an autumn waterfall. The first one is an experiment to try with a tele lens:

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    A wider angle shot of the whole fall

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    and one with a macro lens of an angle which I liked

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    comments welcome :)
     
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    I like the last one a lot. The other two seem to be missing something, but whatver it is the last one has it! Nice shots :D
     
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    I really like 2 and 3 good work
     
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    Yeh, I really like the last one.
     
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    I like the last one too. The first is too 50/50 and need to be cropped on the top or bottom. I like the second one too but maybe it could lose a little of the bottom dead space IMHO. There all nicely done though:)
     
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    Thanks all I also like the last the most :)

    On the first one I tried multiple variations on how to place the fall and finally saw that exactly in the middle works the best here :) Putting the fall lower and showing more trees almost killed the waterfall effect and putting the fall to majority kind of removed most of the nice colorful background.
     
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    wow..the water look so dreamy..well done:thumbup:
     
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    #2 all the way! :thumbup:
     
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    I think that seeing the first one, my eyes are always trying to go back and fourth to the top and the bottom. I think maybe instead of putting the breaking point right in the middle, put it in the top, or bottom third of the frame. The last to are great.
     
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    How I love waterfalls!!!!! Beautiful shots!!!!
     
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    ^ I agree, i love waterfalls. nice shots. :thumbup:
     
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    Love #2 and #3 - think #3 is good because the rock in the foreground is static and sharp but you have captured the motion of the water behind. Fantastic!
     

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