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    Small Frozen Waterfall

    I tried some filters in Color Efex Pro that I have not tried very much.
    Small Frozen Waterfall

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    Re: Small Frozen Waterfall

    Interesting shot.

    My take is that the top and bottom are doing nothing for the image. This kind of shot I think can be better presented by going into the middle section with a zoom with just a touch of the land above and a bit of the water below.

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    Re: Small Frozen Waterfall

    Donald. I agree with Bobo, and I do not think software would help. The tree limb in the upper left really blocks the view upstream and the foreground is not that interesting. You could also zoom way in on the ice covered whatever (grass, twigs, ???) at the waterfall itself instead of trying to capture the wider view as those icy structures are very interesting.

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