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Watching From Behind - created by k5683


Watching From Behind
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I realize you can't see much of the falling water because it takes on the green color of the trees behind it, but there was something about the way the blue looked on the ground that I thought was neat. Here is a picture of it from the front (courtesy of "Steve" ?) http://home.comcast.net/~ratburt/web/falls/upper/memorial.html (5 years and 2340 days ago)

avatar friiskiwi
friiskiwi says:

If you read the changed goal, you will find the water doesn't have to be blue. I would work a little more on this one. GL

author says:

I understand the goal but if I leave in any other color, other parts of the photo besides the water will not be black and white. Since the water is taking on the color of the trees which is green, then half the photo would be colored, not b&w. Now, if we are allowed to do this other than just desaturating all levels except a particular color, for example with masks and erasing only parts of layers, then I could definitely do that.

avatar MossyB
MossyB says:

The water in the middle has no color at all, green, blue, or otherwise. Since you choose the photo you take, you need to keep the background in consideration, since this looks half-baked at best, with a bit of blue at the top, nothing in the middle, and a lot of blue at the bottom. If the way it looked on the ground is what "talked " to you, then crop off the distracting and desaturated top and focus on the water on the ground.

avatar locksmagic

Hey I've been here!

While I do believe it would have been better if the fall itself could have retained color I understand why it is not. Calling it "half baked at best" is wrong and just plain rude. It may help to crop out the top to below the rock, but I still think this is a nice image.

author says:

I thought about cropping it but didn't know if anyone would flag it saying that it wasn't a waterfall, so I didn't.

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dem90 says:

I agree with locksmagic as well. When I first saw the photo, I was really intrigued by the colouring because it wasn't even. When water get thin, it becomes clear, so you can't really expect ALL of the water to have colour.

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Remsphoto says:

It's a unique image that you have to look at twice to locate the water source. Thin amounts of water shed little color so for me, i like it.

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watching the world - created by friiskiwi


watching the world
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(5 years and 2370 days ago)

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kyricom says:

The guy on the balcony is taking that girl's picture!

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Angels watching over us... - created by Heathcliffe


Angels watching over us...
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HDR from 3 pics of different exposures (5 years and 2371 days ago)

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He's watching me - created by Remsphoto


Hes watching me
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Eyes like a hawk. Oh..he is a hawk. (5 years and 2376 days ago)

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WOW... love this.... oh those eyes fabulous shot

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kyricom says:

Great catch

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arca says:

Stunning!

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lbadge320 says:

Osprey.....nice

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Watching Over You - created by Bambi


Watching Over You
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Went for the more surreal end of the HDR spectrum with this shot. I know the over cooked effect isn't to everyone's taste, but I think it suited the subject. (5 years and 2389 days ago)

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captgeo says:

I agree Author.

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Alan2641 says:

great image -- sky is very nice as is the overall look and compsition.

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273Kelvin says:

Very nice shot Author, Love the composition with the foliage framing the statue and some fantastic clouds in the bg

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