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    To everyone who has posted images thus far, great stuff! Monsta, I love that image. Something about it is very mysterious to me. Aender, great stuff, I love those waterfalls that come down in a million different directions like that. Jon, I love the lighting in that. Ole, I love the look of your Van Dyke print - very cool. Looking forward to seeing more work from ya'll!

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    Small cascade at Raven Cliff Falls, near Cleveland Georgia.

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    Quechee VT and Darwin Falls - Death Valley N.P.

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    I got out of Florida for a bit and made it to the Smokies and the Blue Ridge.
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    Folks,

    Excellent images...

    This image shows the base of the 380 metre Takakkaw Falls, which is fed from Daly Glacier, where "Takakkaw" is derived from the Cree word for "it is wonderful".

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    Takakkaw Falls, Yoho National Park, British Columbia, Canada


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill_1856 View Post
    Burned out, detailles waterfall or running water images make me want to throw up.
    Well, I wasn't going to post any but the thought of making Bill physically ill was more than I could resist so;


    yosemite creek


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    Jim, very cool triptych!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Galli View Post
    Well, I wasn't going to post any but the thought of making Bill physically ill was more than I could resist so;
    ha! That's great.



    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Galli View Post

    yosemite creek
    What an awesome image. How exactly did you do that? I mean, did you just shift the image from top to the bottom of your front standard or did you use a drop/raise bed method? I can't wait to make it out there, I'm going out to CA to visit my family in November and am definitely going to Yosemite while I'm there. Anyways, thanks for sharing!

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    Thanks Brian and John. I used a 270mm G-Claron on a Wisner 4X5. I used massive shift keeping the lens and film plane parallel for all 3 exposures. That G-Claron would cover 11X14, so 5X12 is easy for it. I did this in 7X17 also that day but this triptych works the best. I have it printed in 3 11X14 panels at my home.

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian_A View Post
    ha! That's great.
    What an awesome image. How exactly did you do that? I mean, did you just shift the image from top to the bottom of your front standard or did you use a drop/raise bed method? I can't wait to make it out there, I'm going out to CA to visit my family in November and am definitely going to Yosemite while I'm there. Anyways, thanks for sharing!

    -Brian
    He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep..to gain that which he cannot lose. Jim Elliot, 1949

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