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Challenge: Motion (Classic Editing)
Camera: Olympus E-10
Location: Rabun, GA USA
Date: Dec 6, 2002
Aperture: f 11
ISO: 2 sec.
Shutter: 80
Galleries: Black and White, Water
Date Uploaded: Dec 8, 2002

This at the bottom of Angle Falls located in Rabun Co. GA USA.

Statistics
Place: 15 out of 167
Avg (all users): 6.3984
Avg (commenters): 7.3333
Avg (participants): 6.3929
Avg (non-participants): 6.4028
Views since voting: 1461
Votes: 256
Comments: 19
Favorites: 2 (view)


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12/16/2002 09:01:50 PM
Greetings from the Critique Club :)

I love waterfall shots and they are quite fun to do. You have done well with this one too. Your exposure here is right on the money. You did not over expose the water. There is still enough detail in it to see the water nicely. As I look at your camera settings for this shot, I can see that you are definitely in tune with what needs to be done on a shot like this. I generally use Aperture priority to get a longer shutter speed on shots like this rather than shutter priority.

I have a friend that does waterfall shots professionally.... You can see some of his stuff at //www.kevinadamsphoto.com if you are interested. He speaks at our camera club about once per year and he has two waterfall photo books out now.

The only 'risk' I see in this waterfall shot is the choice of black and white. Most viewers are going to beg for color on a shot like this.

Keep up the good work :)

John Setzler
 Comments Made During the Challenge
12/15/2002 11:56:21 PM
Very nice capture of the water fall - good use of slow shutter speed for this. Nicely done.
12/15/2002 07:05:31 PM
Beautiful
12/15/2002 04:58:30 PM
Good contrast in motion. Very nice.
12/15/2002 02:35:05 PM
Nice range of tones, composition leads the eye across the image. NOT trying to freeze the water helps in the context of this challenge.
12/14/2002 02:56:03 AM
very, very nice... did it have to be black and white though?
12/12/2002 08:17:08 PM
Now thats how you do a waterfall. I am shocked to see so meny people that dont know how to shoot moving water. maybe this shot will drive that point home. vote +9
12/12/2002 05:54:41 AM
whow, dramatic effect.
12/11/2002 07:57:52 PM
Very nice. 8
12/11/2002 05:18:17 PM
Nice. Love to see the colour version posted in Out-takes.
12/11/2002 07:04:40 AM
I love the effect of long exposures on water that is moving. I am curious as to why you went with B&W.
12/11/2002 06:05:49 AM
I love those. Good eye. Jacko.
12/10/2002 08:39:05 AM
Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh... your clasic silk waterfall. Good choice of B&W and shutter speed. I'm a sucker for nice Zen pics. ;o) 8
12/10/2002 02:44:02 AM
the black and white (IR?) was a good choice. people are gonna lecture you about the rule of thirds, but the central composition really makes this piece. the idea of the waterfall was not very creative, but the execution is marvelously done. 9
12/09/2002 10:16:48 PM
Great shot. ... Cub
12/09/2002 10:00:02 PM
Love this shot, love you did it in B&W...fine work.
12/09/2002 01:02:43 PM
Not sure if black & white enhances this or not... I probably would have preferred color... but still a very nice shot.
12/09/2002 12:27:48 PM
I would of liked this photo in colour more! jgillard6
12/09/2002 09:16:18 AM
finally, a water shot that shows motion! good job.


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