THE FOOTPRINTS OF FLOW II
Here I attempted to balance the distribution of rocks and water to create a dynamic whole, since the attention usually falls automatically on the most unusual color. I placed the camera at the highest point available to separate the rocks better from each other. The lines trace the downward flow of the river and integrating them adds great dynamism to the scene.
Processed in Camera Raw, with slight brightness and contrast improvements. Edited in Photoshop, Jooking for a defined tone in each color and reviving the dampened green tones of the vegetation in the ref/ections. Moderate cropping and horizon adjustment have been applied even though it was correct, but as it was, it gave the feeling of being inc/ined.
Fulf/ frame, 66mm, f: 16, 1/6 s, 100 ISO, polarizer