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Here is the next in the Provo Falls series. Remember what I am looking for here is composition and scene worthiness.
This drop is the next upstream from the lowest falls. There is still a cascade then the main falls and two upper falls. In my judgement, the lower falls are the most photogenic were it not for dead trees.
This scene was taken with a 24 and a 35mm lens. I sort of wish I had a 28 which might be optimum, but until I have such a lens, cropping is the answer.
Like your opinion. I jazzed these up from my faithful rendering of the previous shots.
Like to hear which is best, what is needed yet in terms of comp, processing and even time of day season etc. Also how does it compare to the lower falls.
You can't hurt my feelings here, I am not sure there is a world class image at any of these waterfalls. But I have to try.
Middle falls 24mm
Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III TS-E24mm f/3.5L II lens 24mm f/22.0 1/6s 50 ISO 0.0 EV
Middle falls 35mm
Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III TS-E24mm f/3.5L II lens 24mm f/18.0 1/6s 50 ISO 0.0 EV