It’s all in the details …

There were two objectives I had in mind when I made these two photos. First, I wanted to slow my camera’s speed so I could get a “silky” view of the small waterfall, and second I wanted to get a close up of the neat looking wet, bright green vegetation at the base of the falls. One can make a photograph so much more interesting by looking at the details in the scene first, before making the photo. You may be surprised how much better your images will become as a result. Too many people today just click away with no plan in mind …especially when using the camera on their cell phone.



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