Ah Fabulous, water and falls always a great subject so a big winner here, and you have given a long enough shutter speed to give a nice veil of water, again a great way to capture water, esp with this water it looks somewhat dirty and frozen dirt just is not appealing so great choice.
I am going to whine a bit about centering the fall, it doesn't work here cause your fall just isn't symmetrical. Your dealing with a lot of light fall off too, which I think you managed rather well. But to spruce this shot up, crop the right side off to get rid of the dead space and give the falls room to come into the photo. If you felt that left the image an odd shape, then you could crop from the top too to bring back a more traditional image framing, but still give the falls room to live.
its taken me a long time to even get to this level and i know i have a long ways to go to be amazingly awesomely super!... thank you very much In time you will get to anyplace you want to be with photography
this falls is tucked away in my back pocket!!.. lol nah, its actually just outside Iona on Cape Breton Island. Its very hidden and only the locals who have been there forever know about it. Id find it on google maps for ya, if you are ever heading down east..
yeah i did not think that waterfall was around here. I would love to head out to the east coast one day. I went out there with my parents as a kid and loved it....one day hopfully i will be able to head back there.
Great shot Personally I would had extended the exposure by a second of two to smooth out the froth in stream. Here I'll show you an example of what I mean :thumb146598965: You seem to have a lot less light on the sides? Was this done on purpose? I like it and I'm wondering if it's natural lighting? I know you can also get that result with you camera equipment I think it's called color fringing however I can't seem to recal lol.
I used ND filters for this. Thats why the sides are darker. I wanted the water to look more defined instead of one big whiteness. It actually was a little over exposed but i burned the falls a bit to get some rocks showing through. yah this is 100% natural lighting.