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Foto-House


Registered: May 2007
Location: Missouri, USA
Posts: 61
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Minolta X700, 35-70mm f3.5
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Kodak UC100



Date: Sun May 6, 2007
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Foto-House

Registered: May 2007
Location: Missouri, USA
Posts: 61
Sun May 6, 2007 23:00

Here is one from the good old days of film, Taken 2 months before I entered the Digital age with my 7D. This area has since been flooded by the breach of a dam and is currently closed to the public.

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Dayo

Registered: April 2007
Location: Bahrain
Posts: 447
Mon May 7, 2007 17:03 Rating: 6.00 

A shame you lost the falls but that is the march of progress.


Nice one!
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Foto-House

Registered: May 2007
Location: Missouri, USA
Posts: 61
Mon May 7, 2007 21:59

Actually, the dam was a hydro-electric facility that failed due to poor maintenance, caused several hundred thousand $$$ in damages to the shut-ins state park and surrounding area

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Dayo

Registered: April 2007
Location: Bahrain
Posts: 447
Tue May 8, 2007 04:09

Don't know why I had "breach" as "construction" lol.
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zander

Registered: May 2007
Location: UK
Posts: 117
Tue May 8, 2007 11:18 Rating: 6.00 

Nice water movement and the colour of the water compliments the rocks well. I might be tempted to crop a bit of the top (to the horizontal branch) and a bit off the bottom (the foreground water to the bottom of the falls), but then that's just my preference.

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Foto-House

Registered: May 2007
Location: Missouri, USA
Posts: 61
Tue May 8, 2007 12:46

I agree with you on the cropping part, but it would have to be done in a non- traditional ratio, a lot of the feel of this image is lost if you crop either side, I wrestled with it a little before opting for full image prints, Since the neg has been scanned I may try some crops in different ratios to see if I can keep the feel with less clutter.

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Dayo

Registered: April 2007
Location: Bahrain
Posts: 447
Tue May 8, 2007 16:19

Perhaps if you kept the same aspect and just moved in a bit from the top right.
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Ransom

Registered: May 2007
Location: Just West of the Pond in SC
Posts: 109
Fri May 11, 2007 21:29 Rating: 7.00 

I think a 16:9 ratio from the center cropping out equal amounts top and bottom, or if needed more from the top, might work a charm.. Worth a try!

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