Comments by Bruce Hunter on Tue, 04/04/17 03:14
I think the POWER of the falls is ( what is the *visual equivalent of
Comments by G.B. SHETTLER on Tue, 04/04/17 10:54
Almost like the rocks are still tumbling down. Is this film camera or
Comments by Paul Bracey on Tue, 04/04/17 11:06
Amplified or exaggerated... Agreed. The color was a distraction.
Comments by Jan Bjorklund on Tue, 04/04/17 12:39
A moody feel to your b&w composition of the water cascading through the rocks and trees. As with Greg there is the illusion of rocks tumbling along the stream.
Comments by JP Zorn on Thu, 04/06/17 00:08
Lots of details and power. An interesting place.
Comments by Ernest Cadegan on Thu, 04/06/17 08:35
I like the scene. I know precious little about B/W but for me the tones
Comments by Paul Bracey on Thu, 04/06/17 19:41
Comments by Jeff Dye on Thu, 04/06/17 23:49
Rushing water, a pleasant relaxing sound in the woods is very inviting to the camera
Comments by Paul Bracey on Fri, 04/07/17 00:35
Thanks guys. It is apparently, not just the ends of the histogram
Comments by Ernest Cadegan on Fri, 04/07/17 13:29
What software did you use for the conversions?
Comments by Paul Bracey on Fri, 04/07/17 14:48
Comments by Jan Bjorklund on Fri, 04/07/17 15:59
I prefer the tonal range in the second image which works to heighten the contrast between the flowing water and both the rocks and the trees. I think without other perspectives and other eyes I would have allowed the tonal range to have remained as it was in the opening picture.
Comments by Ernest Cadegan on Fri, 04/07/17 16:16
I would suggest that you check out Silver Effects Pro. It transformed my