The first SIX photos are from the day the sun was playing tag with the clouds when I was at Glen Falls, so there are some images where the highlights I know are overexposed. I have done my best to tone everything down, to get everything looking as I saw it. My knowledge of working with Adobe PS has a long ways to go yet. I am still very much in the learning process with this editing program.
The very last photo (7th one) is one of those that I took of Glen Falls on the 29th of July. This photograph is totally different in nature due to the abundance of rain we have had lately. Due to the mist, heavy cloud cover, and water against water for contrast, I really worked with PS to bring out this image as best as I could. I saw it happen in my viewfinder the exact moment my finger hit the shutter, which elicited a huge WOW from me! I am still very much on a learning curve with these waterfalls, and I ask myself in a similar situtation in future days, do I shoot deliberately to overexpose the image? Next time, and yes there will be a next time, I shall experiment with exposure to see if I can answer my own question.
Anyways …. It just goes to show you, how many “faces” a Woman has, and how powerful that Woman is. When you really SEE how different Glen Falls looks from one day compared to another, when I actually begin the images in that series of waterfalls that I took on the 29th, I think you will be amazed. I was!
Sit back and enjoy! Thank you so much for viewing my work! (((HUGS))) Amy
Glen Falls First Visit: