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Multnomah Falls

October 5th, 2011

Located in the Colombia River Gorge, Oregon. The total height of the two steps of the waterfall is 620 feet.

Nikon D700, Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.4G.

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about 10 years, 9 months ago
Good that there are no people on the bridge and I love how IFL brings more and more of the world's waterfalls to it's collection of posted public images, but..

I think this picture does a disservice to the falls in some way--the falls are really tall and it's a long way up if you want to reach it by foot so the best way to capture it would have been by going close to the ground and closer to the falls with a wider view angle lens and shooting it towards heaven thus capturing part of the sky and the whole waterfall.

There is also alot of meaningless foreground ground, and I mean plain ground without any fancy trees or shrubs covering it, in front and on the sides of otherwise nice looking waterfall. I know this is for a wallpaper primarily but I believe vertical shot is the best in this case if you don't have the wide angle lens to capture it close up and personal.

Overall.. I think composition is lacking in this picture and the photographer didn't go all the way with the equipment at hand to get into the best possible location to get the best possible angle and spacial arrangement.
This comment is rated: immature
Posted By: Dashny
about 10 years, 9 months ago
I really like it! There has been a wallpaper on InterfaceLIFT of this bridge before,http://www.coolipadwallpapers.com/landscapes/huge-waterfall-39-big.htm
Though yours truely is something else! The colors are so much more brighter, this may have just been weather conditions but anyway, Love it!
Posted By: caleb451
about 10 years, 9 months ago
I like the falls and consequently the image, but there is a similar image that IMHO is superior. (It's not mine, so I'm not shilling my own work.)
Posted By: eknirb
about 10 years, 9 months ago
Been in this very spot and taken this very photo- nice work! I think it looks great, and I'm not going to pick it apart like Repent of Sin did.
Posted By: Juggernaut_510
about 10 years, 9 months ago
REPENT_OF_SIN of sin needs to repent his comment.

As for the photographer - Great picture. Looks amazing.

I would not change anything. I think its great as is.
Posted By: Persons0
about 10 years, 9 months ago
Thank you for all of the comments both positive and constructive. I will keep working on my photography and continue to submit my images to IFL.
Posted By: Daddy_Gemini
about 10 years, 7 months ago
edit: OR... if you select the brightest green leaves up top using the Replace Color tool you can make fuzziness about halfway and bring down the saturation of JUST the light green. Then overall saturation can be added to bring out the other leaves and red in the dirt.

Selective Color and Replace color are great tools I always tell people to get to know them better. Also going into Curves and trying a medium contrast curve and playing with the points on the curve would probably help this shot out a lot. Thanks again. =)
Posted By: Daddy_Gemini
about 10 years, 4 months ago
I also disagree with REPENT, especially about the composition. It has great balance and I don't like when people act like their opinion is the only way to do things. Just because YOU would have got the "heavens" and taken a vertical shot, doesn't mean it's the only way to shoot this waterfall. Thanks for the shot Persons0! =)

It could be a little sharper but that's about all that isn't great about it. Well... except I also think going into selective color (if you have PS) and trying this would help bring out the colors better: red channel +1 to yellow, green channel -1 to magenta, and white channel -1 to yellow.

Now I haven't tried it yet myself but I'm just saying that is where I might start. If I get around to doing it myself, I might even do those things at a value of 3 or 4 instead of 1 (except the green channel where -1 magenta would suffice) and then bring the overall saturation DOWN -1 or -2 so the light green that's already there doesn't look so saturated, yet the rest of the image would have MORE saturation. This is just my opinion though and I'm just being a perfectionist. The piece is already good. :P

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