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Old Oct 31, 2006, 10:51 AM   #1
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This one was later in the afternoon after the rain had eased off.





Edited to add I would like to know what is right and what you see wrong with these All CC taken and appreciated.

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Old Nov 1, 2006, 9:14 PM   #2
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:?Are these so bad that you don't know where to start with the CC? I know they aren't the greatest in the world but I would love to see what you think I could have done different?:?
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Old Nov 4, 2006, 8:01 PM   #3
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sneezy,

Looxs like you had the misfortune of a great photo op coupled with a miserable rainy day. Good pics. I think, after looking at the first one, You might have raised the camera alittle to include more of the people and maybe a little less of the immediate foreground. Something else I would do ( if I ever make it up there), is to steady the camera and use a long-2 sec.-shutter speed for effect to the moving water. The second pic I like- it shows clearly how much brute force is behind that waterfall.

I envy you- Someday I will visit Niagra.

Keep shooting-Robert
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Old Nov 6, 2006, 11:41 AM   #4
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nice shots. i live about 20 minutes from the falls so i know exactly where you were standing for these. i cant count how many times ive taken pictures there, but i know i was most pleased with the ones shooting from the canandian side of the border.
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Old Nov 6, 2006, 1:38 PM   #5
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Thank you! I would love to have been able to shoot from the Canadian side but I was with a bus tour and we didn't stop where I wanted to I plan on going back some day and shooting from the Canada side.

Thank you again!
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Hey Sneezy,

I, too, am about 20 miles away from the 'Falls, and never tire of going up there for shots. All of my photo taking, there, have been on the American side, but I aim to get over the bridge, next spring, to do a great deal of shooting from that angle. The 'Falls is simply something, isn't it? Regardless of how much you shoot, up there - you always find yourself wanting to shoot more.

'Truly a great wonder of the world.

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Old Nov 15, 2006, 8:57 AM   #7
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Nathan if I was close to the falls I'd be there every free day I had. The power just amazes me. I was brethless the first time I saw them.
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nice shots

i tihnk in shot 1 a lower angle possibly leading in the brigde might also look nice. Give the fall abit more perspective for size

nice

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