Indian Brook Falls

PhotoDavid78PhotoDavid78 Davidweissphotos.comLong IslandPosts: 906Registered Users Major grins

Here are 2 shots from Indian Brook Falls in Garrison, NY.
These are re-edits using advice received from this forum. I deleted the old shots off my website so I don't have the comparison.

Canon 5D Mark III
6 Stop ND
F/16 13 Second Exposure

F/22 2 Second Exposure

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  • CavalierCavalier Life is a Bokeh Foresthill, CaliforniaPosts: 2,027Registered Users Major grins

    Wonderful light. I especially like the composition of the second one.

  • StumblebumStumblebum I shoot, therefore I am Posts: 7,597Registered Users Major grins

    Both wonderful, second is sweet.

    For first, I think that the lower band of foreground rocks are not helping and creating some tension away from beautiful falls and heavenly light above them. While it would make a squarish crop, I would crop right where the lower band ends.

  • PhotoDavid78PhotoDavid78 Davidweissphotos.com Long IslandPosts: 906Registered Users Major grins

    Not sure I agree...

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  • StumblebumStumblebum I shoot, therefore I am Posts: 7,597Registered Users Major grins

    I think you got a winner either way! The big rocks in bottom right, bit too strong....cheers David!

  • roaddog52roaddog52 Major grins In the sticks, NE of SeattlePosts: 1,109Registered Users Major grins

    Great images. of the two versions of the first image, I prefer the large foreground rock, that anchors that corner. My 3 cents worth. (inflation) :)

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  • anwmn1anwmn1 Wandering the Desert Posts: 3,463Registered Users Major grins

    I like the first one as originally posted. I think the 2nd one is the one needing a crop. The vignetting helps a little but the left and right are both pretty soft and lacking areas of interest. The focus is really in the center of the frame but it is a small portion of the overall frame.

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