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Old Jul 21, 2012, 12:04 AM   #1
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Its been a few months since i last posted since i've been putting a lot of time into getting my wedding/portrait photography business started. But I wanted to drop by and share a few of my latest nature shots with you all.







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Old Jul 21, 2012, 8:39 PM   #2
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I like number 2 & 3, interesting colors in number 1 but just seems a bit to hard to figure out what you are looking at in that shot.
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Old Jul 22, 2012, 3:40 AM   #3
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Like the close up of 3, crop is a bit tight on the right. A little more space would give it a bit more sense of space. And an bit nicer framing.

Lighting in 3 is a bit gray form my taste. But it does give a good sense of motion.

I do not know what you are trying to say with 1.
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1 and 3 are excellent!
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Thanks all for the feedback. My intention with the first one was, we are all use to seeing waterfalls from the bottom with the misty waters, but i wanted to go for a different angle and that sense at the top of the water coming over the rocks about to start it decent down. Maybe I got the composition wrong, or maybe it will just never work, but the lighting at that angle was to spectacular to resist, and something just kept telling me to take the photo even though it's different from the norm. Maybe my instinct was wrong this time. But thank you all for the feedback, i may try to again another day and work out a way that it does work.
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