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    Upper Falls at Old Man's Cave

    Upper Falls at Old Man's Cave, Hocking Hills State Park, Ohio
    Upper Falls at Old Man's Cave

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    Re: Upper Falls at Old Man's Cave

    That's very nice Donald,

    Two things occur to me;
    It might be just a tad over exposed, or that might have happened in PP if you applied any Local Contrast Enhancement (LCE).
    I would consider a crop to remove the half a black hole on the right (about 6% of width), although this actually makes the falls even more centred - and my initial reason for exploring other crops was to offset them more

    So neither point I raise is a biggie by any means - it looks a lovely place to shoot.

    Hope my ramblings provide food for thought, if not actually helping

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    Re: Upper Falls at Old Man's Cave

    Very nice!

    I don't think the image is overexposed per se. In stead, I think the tones can be distributed a bit differently. Try applying the Curves tool by dragging the center of the curve down somewhat. I tried it and liked the look a lot.

    The cave that Dave mentioned doesn't bother me at all.

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    Re: Upper Falls at Old Man's Cave

    Thanks, I'll try the Curve correction and see what I come up with.

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