Waterfalls

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  1. ClarkKent

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    Here are a couple of different variations on two captures that I had gotten on one of me and SpaceNuts trips to Starved rock. Thanks for looking...C/C Welcome, and thanks for looking! :lol:

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    Just want to say that I like both images. I personally love B&W pictures and love those 2 renditions the best. I feel, especially with snow pictures, that they look so much more crisp and pristine. I really feel like the yellowish/greenish color where the water is takes away from the picture. Secondly, I prefer the slower shutter speed because it creates a nice contrast between moving water to the stagnant snow and ice. If I had to choose between the horiz/vert, I would swing for the vertical for its composition. I think the horizontal shows too much of the snow on the left hand side; the vertical gives you just enough texture and image to let your eye dance around the image. Again, great shots and thanks for sharing!!!
     
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    Thank you for your feedback. Yes...I too leaned more towards the vertical image, but also wanted to show the magnitude of this little guy as well in the horizontal. I do beleive I may have overdone the yellow in the color version.
     
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    To me, the vertical gives a greater sense of height, while the horizontal gives a sense of the power of the falls.

    I like both the color and the B/W, the feeling for each is distinct.
     
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    The color images are my choice. The vertical one is the better of those, in my opinion.
     

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