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    Default Waterfall in Sydney

    1) A photo taken recently in Sydney

    1. In which area is critique or feedback to be given?
    The composition & exposure

    2. What were you hoping to achieve with this image?
    the dreamy effect of the water

    3. Under what circumstance was the picture taken? (physical conditions/emotions)
    Bright sunny day at f/22 shutter at 4 sec +1 step with filter

    4. Thread-starter's personal thoughts about the image.
    I hope i can improve

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    Default Re: Waterfall in Sydney

    Hey ts, there's glare spot on the top left corner, and maybe you would want to try longer exposure next time? The water seem a little weird, with parts of it clear and parts of it being silky.

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    Default Re: Waterfall in Sydney

    My 2 cents worth... u may need a Cir. polarizer, cause the reflection from the stones sort of overpowered the dreamy effect of the water.

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    Default Re: Waterfall in Sydney

    Hdr it
    Look for more and you'll see more

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    tikiman, i had but i had taken it out thinking the filter can reduce that thanks.

    Bblurr. personally dont really like HDR

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    Default Re: Waterfall in Sydney

    As one fellow CSer mentioned, too much reflection. I also think you may have used too long an exposure, that you totally lost any character of the water, making them look too much like milk.

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    i spot a bright red leaf that could have contributed very positive to the shot, but here you have turned it into a distraction.

    i'm not a fan of including all that background in the distance unless the light is right, and it is not ideal here.


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