Madison Indiana Photography

“Simple Cascade”


Shot this last fall, I like how the red maple leafs contrasted against the almost B&W rocks and cascade, I really enjoy this type of image.

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July 16, 2007 - Posted by | art, blogging, DSLR, flowers, hiking, images, landscapes, life, macro, nature, outdoors, photoblog, photography, photos, pictures, random, travel

10 Comments »

  1. That’s an incredibly beautiful shot! It certainly has your signature on it.

    Comment by montucky | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  2. I love these types of images as well Bernie. The red leaves really are the finishing touch to this. Very nice balance.

    Comment by Mark | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  3. Ah I love this picture. Marvelous! Your photos inspire me to do a better job at taking photo’s.

    Comment by growthumbs | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  4. The red leaves are what makes this photo stand out from just another waterfall picture. It is images like this that make you such a great photographer! And it helps that Autumn is my favorite season!

    Comment by Lori | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  5. I love the small beautiful focal point myself Bernie. Nicely framed with the leaves placed well in the composition. I really love water so this image is very compelling to me.

    Comment by paintingartist | July 16, 2007 | Reply

  6. Beautiful shot Bernie, it almost looks as though the red leaves had been sprinkled there for the photo. Great photo!

    Comment by ankush | July 17, 2007 | Reply

  7. I always like a good shot of falling water. Adding some color from autumn leaves is a plus. Very nice.

    As far as the photography vs digital art thing from a post or two back goes, I figure people can manipulate images all they want if that is their “thing”. All art, be it digital images or paintings or sculpture, is about image manipulation in one way or another.

    On the other hand, since digital technology has provided so many radical new ways to alter images (often they are undetectable), I think that photographers, especially nature type folks like us, will need to start clearly stating where we draw the line on manipulation. People sort of expect “nature” shots to not stray too far from the original scene and I think too much manipulation without stating the fact is sort of pulling the wool over their eyes.

    I have a brief statement on my website about my images that really I think needs to be updated with some more detail. New gizmos come out everyday. Being a geek I like to try them even though I don’t use many of them.

    MDW

    Comment by forestrat | July 17, 2007 | Reply

  8. Thanks for all the valuable comments and insight on this folks. Thanks for stopping by.

    Comment by Bernie Kasper | July 17, 2007 | Reply

  9. Wow, this is such an amazing photo for sure! You do wonderful work and thanks for sharing!

    Comment by mon@rch | July 18, 2007 | Reply

  10. Yes, I do too! Beautifully composed and crafted.

    Comment by janina | July 19, 2007 | Reply


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