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    Member tesarver's Avatar
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    Default Slateford Waterfalls

    During our walk along Slatford Creek stopped and took this image of one of the 3 waterfalls along the Creek. Due to the steepness of the climb the wife didn't want to go any further to see the other 2 falls, so I plan on heading back later to get those.

    Camera EOS M5 w/TAMRON 10-24mm F/3.5-4.5 Di II VC HLD B023 @ 24mm
    ISO 100 @ f/4.5, 3.2 sec

    IMG_3890_Aurora2017_HDR-Edit.jpg by tesarver, on Flickr

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    That's nice Tom - I like the way the long exposure has let the leaves (or whatever they are) floating in the water to outline the whirlpool effect of the flow.
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    excellent B&W work as always Tom
    :- Ian

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    I find the waterfall a tad too central, and there's some 'dead' space to the right.... crop that off and voila....
    All fair comment & critique will always be welcomed !
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    Great mono capture Tom.

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    Very nice piece of mono landscape. Inclined to agree with Lee though, take about 20% off the right side and I think you'll find the eye flows through the image more effectively.


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