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May 28, 2014 11:58 |  #1

Just got back from my trip to Havasupai, Page, and Zion. Awesome trip! Here's one from Havasupai, Beaver Falls. What do you think?

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May 29, 2014 08:35 |  #2

Hmmm, 84 views and no comment. Maybe most people are getting used to waterfall pictures being blurred by a ND filter. It's actually well done from the standpoint of composition, technique, interest, etc. The only thing I would have done differently is maybe burn in the foreground rocks a bit.


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May 29, 2014 09:54 |  #3

I was wondering the same thing. And no ND filter used. F/16 at 50ISO, 1/4 second. And I see what you mean about the rocks in the foreground. The sun just lit those a little too much.



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May 31, 2014 18:20 |  #4

Great work! Sometimes I do like the water actually stopped as it goes over the waterfall, and not a blur. :)


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Jun 01, 2014 13:58 |  #5

Looks great and you did a good job as it looks like this was shot in direct sunlight.


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