Waterfalls in the Absaroka Beartooth Wilderness

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  1. aha

    aha TPF Noob!

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    Hello my name is Abi and I am a newbie here. I have loved photography for as long as I can remember, but haven't had anyone around to give me feedback on my photos. I took this picture while hiking in the Absarokas. I would love any feedback, good or bad, on this photo. Thank you all! Abi



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    The picture doesn't seem to have any main point of focus and seems cluttered. What type of camera were you using?

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    Try for some unique angles next time?
    More pics from your trip?

    Nothing really stands out in the pic.

    Maybe if you got closer to the water had it running over something. Try picking out a feature and close in on that to make it more interesting.
     
  3. aha

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    I was using a 35mm Rebel G. Thanks for the tips, I can use as many as I can get! I have a few more pictures from the trip, they are below, please make any and all suggestions! Thanks

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    I think those two pics look pretty nice, but it's hard to tell much about them. If you can, link to larger photos instead of your thumbnails.
     
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    Hi Ali,
    We really do need to see a larger file pix to really be able to judge. They look clear and focused at any rate. What kind of film are you using, any tripod? Always try for that shot nobody else will think of getting - don't be afraid to move on in with your camera. Waterfalls have a much better look on a tripod use a slow shutter speed of 1/8 and the water will show the flow.
     
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    Sorry about that I hope this time it works!

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    Sorry Abi - called you Ali,
    These are better - bigger would't hurt.
     
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    I like your pics because they remind me of some of the hikes I've been on. I'm an avid hiker, and B.C. is perfect for getting wilderness with waterfalls and so on. Great moods. Welcome Abi!
    -Alicia
     

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