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  1. #1
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    WATERFALL from INDONESIA

    hai there this is my first posting, and just wanna to share the photo,please give me your opinions thanks before.

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    Nic composition, but I do find the lighting a bit dark. Still, a great pic

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    Chrismw2-

    That is a very nice waterfall photo.

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    Thumbs up

    Beautiful. Love the composition and the way the direstion of the flow changes from top to bottom of the frame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrismw2
    hai there this is my first posting, and just wanna to share the photo,please give me your opinions thanks before.
    You have to be happy when a shot comes out like this. Very nice. Could you edit in some info on the camera and base settings? We probably need to start a waterfall thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by George Riehm
    You have to be happy when a shot comes out like this. Very nice. Could you edit in some info on the camera and base settings? We probably need to start a waterfall thread.
    thanks to all, camera: CANON PS A75, F=8,S= 2 SECOND.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrismw2
    thanks to all, camera: CANON PS A75, F=8,S= 2 SECOND.
    I'll have to say that I'm very impressed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chrismw2
    thanks to all, camera: CANON PS A75, F=8,S= 2 SECOND.
    One of my alltime favorite all-in-ones. Shows what manual control can do. A shame they replaced it with the A510, which is somewhat detuned.

    Again, nice shot.
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