Mark Southard, FPSA  


Bednars falls by Mark Southard, FPSA

October 2019 - Bednars falls

About the Image(s)

Shot at a slow speed to highlight the water movement and changed to B and W to better fit an old looking scene.


This round’s discussion is now closed!
5 comments posted

Alastair Cochrane   Alastair Cochrane
I would like to see the contrast boosted and some burning in of the area around the waterfall through to the edges to make the image more dramatic and highlight the falls.   Posted: 10/21/2019 13:03:36

Gloria Sprung   Gloria Sprung
(Group 58)
Leading lines formed by the "steps" leads the eye up and down through the image. Good idea to convert to B&W which simplifies the scene. Did you use a tripod?   Posted: 10/23/2019 05:14:33

Marcus Miller   Marcus Miller
Good composition and interesting subject. I would like to see more contrast overall.   Posted: 10/23/2019 07:54:02

Snehendu Kar   Snehendu Kar
Your choice of B&W format makes all the difference. I love the soft tone that captures the flow of water framed by similar geometrical shapes. The thin white border keeps our eyes fixed on the image. Well done!   Posted: 10/24/2019 20:12:16

N. Sukumar   N. Sukumar
Very interesting structure. I'd no idea such contraptions are still in use in the 21st century! The monochrome treatment is quite effective as is the border.   Posted: 10/26/2019 13:09:41