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Toms Creek Falls

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#1 OlDoinyo

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Posted 11 February 2018 - 02:22

McDowell County, NC.
Taken with the Sony A900 and the Tamron 21mm lens fitted with UG11/S8612 filter. Exposed 30 seconds @ f/16 and ISO 100. Display intent BGR.

Attached Image: Toms Creek Falls j small ex DSC00018.jpg

I could have done a bit better job with WB, but I think I got it close and I somewhat like the shot. The lichens on the rocks and hillside stand out in the photo, as they are the only elements with significant chromaticity. The blurred water is rendered strikingly white with something of a "milk mist" texture. The hillside and falls were in shadow while the background sky was very bright, which made the shot challenging.

#2 Mark

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Posted 11 February 2018 - 18:26

Nice shot. Would be interesting to see the VIS shot of this side-by-side as well.

#3 OlDoinyo

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Posted 11 February 2018 - 22:43

A pinhole shot, but....

https://www.flickr.c...nyo/39481657314

#4 Andrea B.

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Posted 12 February 2018 - 01:50

What a lovely UV-waterfall! Nice work, Clark.
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