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    Quote Originally Posted by Joel Truckenbrod View Post
    Austin...didn't know you bothered with the old waterfall cliche . Nice image.

    It's tough to hold a candle to places like Yosemite and the Pac NW, but here's one from last weekend in Northern Minnesota (Shen Hao FCL57-A, Fujinon 90mm, 1 sec @ f32, Ilford Delta 100 in Xtol 1:1):

    Beautiful picture!

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    Gardeners Falls - QLD. Australia.

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    1 Sec Exposure. (Would have been better at 1.5~2 sec...)

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    Excuse that last post - Failed scan.. This one is much better however I think I really need a drum scan to suck the dark areas out better...

    I think this is the best slide I've ever shot. however it is between 2/3 and 1 stop under... Its critically sharp and the colours and highlights look good to me (again, judging the slide, not the scanned image)

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    Finally got to the Lower Falls at Goldstream when there was significant flow. Of course that meant the river was higher too, and I couldn't get very close. Limited options of where to shoot from as well, unless I was willing to fill my rubber boots with cold cold water. I used to own hip waders, but they perished decades ago.

    This is a neg scan. I plan to make platinum and carbon prints of this.
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    Re: Post Your Waterfalls

    Quote Originally Posted by Joel Truckenbrod View Post
    Austin...didn't know you bothered with the old waterfall cliche . Nice image.

    It's tough to hold a candle to places like Yosemite and the Pac NW, but here's one from last weekend in Northern Minnesota (Shen Hao FCL57-A, Fujinon 90mm, 1 sec @ f32, Ilford Delta 100 in Xtol 1:1):

    This is one of the most beautiful waterfall images I have ever seen.

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    My most recent three...

    Fuji Velvia 50, Rodenstock 75/4.5 @ F/32, Linhof Kardan Super Colour.
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    Re: Post Your Waterfalls

    Quote Originally Posted by Joel Truckenbrod View Post
    Austin...didn't know you bothered with the old waterfall cliche . Nice image.

    It's tough to hold a candle to places like Yosemite and the Pac NW, but here's one from last weekend in Northern Minnesota (Shen Hao FCL57-A, Fujinon 90mm, 1 sec @ f32, Ilford Delta 100 in Xtol 1:1):

    Great composition , I have seen many average waterfall shots in my day this is not one of them , This has fantastic balance . Cheers Gary

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    Spring Torrent
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    Re: Post Your Waterfalls

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter J. De Smidt View Post

    Spring Torrent
    That wants me to have a drink of spring water right now. Very nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SamReeves View Post
    That wants me to have a drink of spring water right now. Very nice!
    Thanks Sam.
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