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Face of the falls (2)

Face of the falls (2)
Copyright ©2012, Jim Padget
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This is a part of the Barron Falls, in far north Queensland, Australia. It only has water flowing over it for a short time each year. I was caught by the "face" you can see in the rock formation.

Photographer: Jim Padget
Folder: J & J-A's photos
Uploaded: 03-Apr-2012 12:39 CEST
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Camera: Olympus E-620
Exposure time: 1/800 s
Aperture: F4.2
Focal length: 48 mm
Lens: 40-150 kit lens
Focusing method: iESP
ISO: 100
White balance: Auto
Flash: no
Image format: SHQ
Processing applied: Resize, sharpen.
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Image resized to: 800x600

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Nice

Jim,
Nice composition and a dramatic shot.
Well done.
Mark Stodter

Mark Stodter at 15:22 CEST on 03-Apr-2012 [Reply]

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Thank you Mark. It's quite a spectacular place!

Jim Padget at 23:35 CEST on 03-Apr-2012 [Reply]

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I really like this and the "face" is amazing! (I wish you'd managed to keep a little more detail in the water, though I appreciate the difficulty!)
Mike

Mike Bywater at 20:28 CEST on 04-Apr-2012 [Reply]

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Thanks Mike. I take your point about detail in the water. Will put up a couple of other shots that may give you more idea of the detail.

Jim Padget at 01:01 CEST on 05-Apr-2012 [Reply]

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I would have liked the water with LESS detail, flowing. But a good shot nevertheless.

Dave Hall at 11:44 CEST on 05-Apr-2012 [Reply]

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Thank you Dave. Actually, I personally prefer a roaring fall like this one to have as much detail as I can, with a fast shutter and wide aperture. Unfortunately, I didn't really get that either, so admit the water is not quite what anyone wants!

Jim Padget at 12:43 CEST on 05-Apr-2012 [Reply]