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Jul 21, 2017 21:23 |  #16

Thank you for all of your comments here is ooc shot and the rotated edit I can remember the exact rotation but i know its more than 1 ans less than 2


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Jul 31, 2017 13:10 |  #17

doing a little cloning and color balance to try and keep it natural...


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Jul 31, 2017 13:28 |  #18

DagoImaging wrote in post #18415578 (external link)
doing a little cloning and color balance to try and keep it natural...


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Any chance you'd be willing to explain how you did this? I really like it.


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Jul 31, 2017 13:42 |  #19

In photoshop I first cropped a bit off the left side of the image that I thought was distracting and to place the waterfall on the left third.
I then cloned out the bushes on the bottom of the image using healing brush and patch.
I then used content aware carefully on the right side to remove the bushes...multiple passes.
I then used luminosity masks to change the tonal values and contrast w/ I think 4 different luminosity masks.



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Oct 01, 2017 13:40 as a reply to  @ DagoImaging's post |  #20

Thanks!


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Oct 22, 2017 23:27 |  #21

mike_d wrote in post #18407766 (external link)
But does it really? The water has forward momentum, which is should retain, before beginning to fall.

I think everybody who said the water should fall straight down hasn't searched "Silver Falls" or stood looking at this same view. To rotate the image right would place the trail awkward, plus the falls do seem to lunge outward.

Considering there's a trail, my thoughts on improvement reside more in composition. Other photographers have included generous amounts of tree in the foreground, greatly improving the scene.


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Oct 23, 2017 00:42 |  #22

Nice shot. Reminds me very much of the Clearwater Falls here in BC.


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Oct 24, 2017 22:46 |  #23

Nice Picture

+ 1 on vertical composition


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Nov 07, 2017 10:50 |  #24

Good use of shutter sped to photograph this waterfall here in this scene. I agree about slightly rotate the camera to the right side, but also I would prefer to see slightly more space in down part of photo.


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Mar 20, 2018 08:27 |  #25

I prefer the colours of the OOC shot. I find the edits too cold personally.

Only after spotting the people, did I realise how immense this waterfall is! :eek:


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