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photoblog image The Canadian Falls at Niagara

The Canadian Falls at Niagara

Welcome to the HDR 1 Series, Day 2!

I wrote a nice long entry but it got lost when the computer disconnected from the net.

I'm not writing it agian. I don't have time.

This is installment 2 of my HDR I series. The Canadian Falls at Niagara. I did not have a tripod so I had to use the stone guard rail to rest my camera on. I took this while on a short vacation to the Nagara region with my beautiful girlfriend Katy : )

I am away for the Labour Day Long Weekend - returning tuesday! I have a few more images in the cue for you though :)

-sL

The Canadian Falls at Niagara

Welcome to the HDR 1 Series, Day 2!

I wrote a nice long entry but it got lost when the computer disconnected from the net.

I'm not writing it agian. I don't have time.

This is installment 2 of my HDR I series. The Canadian Falls at Niagara. I did not have a tripod so I had to use the stone guard rail to rest my camera on. I took this while on a short vacation to the Nagara region with my beautiful girlfriend Katy : )

I am away for the Labour Day Long Weekend - returning tuesday! I have a few more images in the cue for you though :)

-sL

comments (7)

  • Mia
  • the US of A
  • 1 Sep 2006, 01:07
I've been there once but NEVER have I seen it this beautifullll! (must be cuz you're on the Canadian side lol just kidding tongue) The HDR brings out a lot in this shot.

Great framing of the shot & the ferry at the bottom tops it off.
Iain Myrans: Well there is some truth to it actually. Because of the angle of the horse shoe you can't actually look back into it from the american side -- you sort of just look accross it. I have seen it from both sides and it really is worth the quick jump accross the bridge to see it from the other side. smile

Thanks for the comment. I wasn't sure how I felt about the ferry. When you see a high-res version of it you can tell it moved slighly between exposures but when presented at this size it seems okay.
hey sl,

all i can say is AMAZING!!! i mean this is picture perfect. an awesome hdr...the colors of the water, and the details of the sky just jump out at you. wicked scenery and i love the inclusion of the boat at the bottom of the falls.
  • Ismael
  • Argentina
  • 1 Sep 2006, 03:14
Hello, I like his photography. Excuse my English. I have taste to visit its site. Greetings, Ismael
A very nice one, I like the water effect and colors - Bravo smile
  • Suby
  • Milton Keynes, Great Britain (UK)
  • 1 Sep 2006, 12:21
Lovely capture, Crop out the rocks on the right, sorta spoils the shot for me. Good use of HDR, You using Photomatix?

Suby
  • Sinem
  • United Kingdom
  • 1 Sep 2006, 12:39
Awesome shot. I like the HDR as well.
  • Katy
  • 3 Sep 2006, 22:29
I love this one! It has an almost surreal look to it. The dark skies are an asset (rather than detrimental) to the photo; they are really dramatic and make the water look that much more striking. Consider the $18 justified!!!

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