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A Slice of Vermont
Posted By: Jewelltrail, 09-02-2009, 10:48 AM

"Mossy Glenn," not to be confused with another beautiful Vermont falls (Moss Glenn).

Any comments or criticism are very welcome; I would like to get better at this.

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09-02-2009, 11:36 AM   #2
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Well, the right side is a bit dark, but that's still a beautiful shot. I think you nailed the water!

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Well done.
A pretty waterfall to capture.
Perhaps a touch of HDR may be warranted here.
But still a good image.
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Very nice shot.

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beautiful colors.
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Don't change a thing - I like the darkness on right, it feels natural. Very well done!
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I find waterfalls very challenging. It is difficult to get the shutter speed just right, and that one is absolutely perfect. I think the darkness on the right ads depth that would be lost if you lightened it.
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love the way it bowls out at you

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Looks close to perfect to me.

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Now that is a beauty. well done
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Can't get much better... Well done!

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MRRiley Can't get much better... Well done!

Mike
Wow and thank you!
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Scottnorwo Now that is a beauty. well done
Feels so good to get all this positive feedback.

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Sailor Looks close to perfect to me.

Jer
That is good enough for me then--I'll leave it alone.

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Matthew Roberts love the way it bowls out at you
You know what? That describes the effect it has on me too--"bowls out." Never heard those words applied to a picture before--thank you for your analysis.

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Parallax I find waterfalls very challenging. It is difficult to get the shutter speed just right, and that one is absolutely perfect. I think the darkness on the right ads depth that would be lost if you lightened it.
They sure do challenge me--it is great to hear from others who experience similar challenges.
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silvershoes Don't change a thing - I like the darkness on right, it feels natural. Very well done!
Okay, youl have me persuaded--and thanks.


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opianstate beautiful colors
Yes, I agree--that falls is especially well colored.

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causey Very nice shot.

Stefan--thanks!

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Ash Well done.
A pretty waterfall to capture.
Perhaps a touch of HDR may be warranted here.
But still a good image.
HDR, now there is some great advice--I need to venture into that land--thanks.


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RoxnDox Well, the right side is a bit dark, but that's still a beautiful shot. I think you nailed the water!

Jim
If you say the water is nailed, then that is most important to me.


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