Timothy Morton, APSA  

the Canadian Falls by Timothy Morton, APSA

November 2021 - the Canadian Falls

About the Image(s)

The entire set is called Niagara Falls and being close what else could take when on assignment is WATER FALLS.

Prior to COVID-19 went off with some friends to Niagara and like everyone ended up at the falls. As I with friends I did not take my DSLR I took along with me I took my Nikon Coolpix S33 p/s camera with me and such at 10 mm f 5.3 @ 1/160 with ISO 125. Lastly re-sized in Adobe Photoshop Elements to met the requirements for this STUDY GROUP.

9 comments posted

Russell Hunt   Russell Hunt
Awesome capture. To me it shows the tremendous power of flowing water. I think it is a tad soft, however.   Posted: 11/03/2021 18:36:46
Timothy Morton   Timothy Morton
Thank you for your comment.

  Posted: 11/03/2021 19:08:11

Barbara Dunn   Barbara Dunn
So close to the water! I like the curve created by the edge of the falls.   Posted: 11/13/2021 18:28:35
Timothy Morton   Timothy Morton
Thank you.   Posted: 11/13/2021 18:51:05

Steven Wharram   Steven Wharram
As I mentioned, in the 'About' for my photo, this was in the running to be my image this month.
I like the fact that you've filled the frame with the water and the top of the Falls. You've done well with exposure to retain texture in the falling water. I don't know if it is a little soft or whether it's just the tremendous amount of spray that gets into the air but it works for me.   Posted: 11/20/2021 10:30:00
Timothy Morton   Timothy Morton
The day at the falls was raining cats and dogs so it could also been that.   Posted: 11/20/2021 11:41:09

Wendy Stanford   Wendy Stanford
Hi Tim, I like that you have filled the frame with the water, perhaps a little soft and grainy, however is shows the power of the water as it cascades over, you have managed the highlights well and it looks spectacular,   Posted: 11/22/2021 04:30:55
Timothy Morton   Timothy Morton
Glad you liked it.   Posted: 11/22/2021 04:46:29

Fat Chen   Fat Chen
This image demonstrates the natural power of falling water! Meanwhile, it is difficult to maintain the details of water in such situation !!   Posted: 11/23/2021 09:10:49


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