Middle McCloud Falls
Good posting. Nice detail.
I have a few issues to raise (though these may just be my personal opinion :) )
1. Perhaps more contrast and saturation..?
2. More importantly, I think a much smaller aperture (or if you have one, ND filter for -2 or -3 stops) to allow for a slower shutter speed; making the flowing water look much more interesting.
A good effort though.
Wow! This is like a painting! Fantastic pov, it almost makes you want to play Tarzan and dive in from the cliff! The flowing water has a pearlized look to it and the details are great! Thanks for sharing,
- pablominto (27208)
- [2007-06-17 5:01]
Good point of view!
Nice framing of the waterfall, which is captured with fine details... I'm happy to see waterfall with frozen movement, too much of these blurry long exposures!
- Fons (16615)
- [2007-06-18 3:00]
- Refugee (25554)
- [2007-06-18 4:29]
Nicely done Pranab and you seem to be getting the hang of the new camera. The thing that I admire most about your work is your almost blatant refusal to use PP :). Nicely composed and I agree with Pablo about the movement of the water. TFS,
Many thanks for your comment on ‘Cataract Walk I’
- Alfonso (3171)
- [2007-06-25 1:39]
Wonderful!Frosty!Your photo is very light! I enjoy your photo! Very beautiful! ALL made well!:)
- edal (4308)
- [2007-06-25 23:16]
Both the main and the ws photos present a beautiful natural place. Both captures have very good pov, but I'd prefere the ws, probably... A healthy place, no doubt. And very well depicted.
- inaam (4859)
- [2007-06-26 16:00]
A beautifully composed daylight scene. The point of view at par of river bed is interesting. Fine composition and good details. Well done my friend.
Thanks for sharing this image.
- cdplayer (454)
- [2007-08-03 21:44]
Very nice composition and lighting!
I like the fact that I have a tree to hold on to while I enjoy the waterfall.