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    Heres another photo i took of a waterfall! What do yallll think?!
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    I would darken the top right bright grass area as my eyes keep going up to it and clone out the crossed sticks in the centre

    You have some great movement in the water and the composition is nice. The rock in the foreground is great as it breaks up the bottom water area
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    I'm not sure whether I like the eye-level view of the water or not. It is a different and unusual perspective, which is always good to aim at, but it almost makes the photo look like two different images stacked one on top of the other. But it is better by a country mile than any of my recent moving water images.
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