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    Autumn waterfall

    Autumn waterfall

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    Re: Autumn waterfall

    Very nice indeed Sharon. I like the filtered light and the colour. Was it early morning, or late evening, or just a shady spot ?

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    Looks good.

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    That's wonderful Sharon.

    The calmness of the red autumn trees (death) is framing the vivid power of the waterfall (life) in a fantastic full of contrast way. The battle is completed with the imposing totally black rocks.

    You have dealt with the exposure and all other technical difficulties in a very efficient manner.

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    Re: Autumn waterfall

    Well lit, beautiful photo Sharon!

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    I'm such a sucker for waterfalls and this one is a beaut.

    Did you combine two exposures or were you lucky enough to get the blur in the water without getting blur in the leaves?

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    Beautiful Sharon! Looks like you have been in a very creative mood today.

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    Re: Autumn waterfall

    Quote Originally Posted by Carl in Louisiana View Post
    Looks like you have been in a very creative mood today.
    That seems to be a state of being for her, not a mood.

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    Love the vignette nice shot, well presented, you should give lessons.

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    A painterly quality to it, Sharon. Very nicely done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Buckley View Post
    That seems to be a state of being for her, not a mood.
    So Very True! But this one is a little different from the rest of her work somehow. Her natural born talents far exceeds my puny efforts and all I can do is sit in amazement.

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    Re: Autumn waterfall

    You are all so kind...and bless you for it because this was a real scary one for me to post.

    So many lovely waterfall shots out there and the decisions as to what shutter speed to achieve the effect you want is mind numbing.

    Single shot Mike.

    I also had a toddler pulling at my leg and insisting that the 'funny water' made them want to pee.
    Last edited by Daisy Mae; 6th October 2012 at 09:26 PM.

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    Re: Autumn waterfall

    I love the lit up reds against the dark. The lighting overall is really nice. Great job!

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    Re: Autumn waterfall

    OFF-TOPIC

    Sharon: Are you aware that the EXIF data is stripped from your image, possibly all of your images? Not a problem so long as you're happy with that.

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    Re: Autumn waterfall

    Yes Mike I am aware that Pic Monkey where I do all my initial editing, straightening, crop etc. seems to strip my EXIF..I think Pixlr Express (another favourite) also does and have discussed that here before with others who use these editing suites. It doen't particulary bother me as I have the unedited shots and so can always access the EXIF.

    If there is a particular piece of EXIF information that someone wishes on any shot I am more than happy to provide it .

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