Archive: Snoqualmie Falls

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    Beatifully located in Snoqualmie, Washington State. This photo is from the 2000 trip, my second visit there. Time to go back...
    These falls are used in the intro of Twin Peaks, one of the most fascinating TV series ever in my opnion.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7d0Lm_31BE

    www.snoqualmiefalls.com/

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    1. DavoPic 44 months ago | reply

      Thats a shot to be proud of.

    2. Martin van Duijn 44 months ago | reply

      Thanks all. What I realize now, going through my older photos, that I took better pictures when I still used 35 mm film, than now with a digital camera. With film you are more selective, I suppose. Plus, I do like the slight grain you get with old style photos. Digital photos are just so clean that it makes 'm a bit lifeless.

    3. DavoPic 44 months ago | reply

      I like the pictures I get out of my DSLR. I think it is a huge difference in results using RAW processing. So much more latitude of adjustment. Using the camera software I can make such fine tuned or broad adjustments to White Balance, Warmth, Contrast, and Saturation I can get the results I want. I shot Kodachrome and Agfachrome when I used my 35mm. Both have strong Saturation and Contrast in low speed versions. The shots I've been uploading are small versions of pics to Flickr which doesn't always represent the power of the original.
      One trend I've seen in Point & Shoots lately is "interpolated" Pixel ratings rather than true Pixel rating. This affects the quality of the images a lot.

    4. mark.mitchell.brown 44 months ago | reply

      I agree about shooting RAW. You have so many more options available for processing afterwards, it's definitely worth it.

      Film is great, though - an entirely different animal. I've been enjoying shooting with it lately as well.

    5. otro_mun2 44 months ago | reply

      I forgot about the show Twin Peaks! It was a really good show. This is a great photo, Martin! It is always great to revisit old photos.

    6. MSVG 44 months ago | reply

      That is just a jaw dropping capture!

    7. hostajohn1 44 months ago | reply

      Nice photo Martin.

    8. jenskramer [deleted] 43 months ago | reply

      Lovely!

    9. Skylight Blue 43 months ago | reply

      Sure made me do a double take, Martin...lol

    10. sjb4photos 43 months ago | reply

      Awesome capture of the falls, Martin. I'm grateful that I was able to visit here back in 2008.

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