Brandywine Falls

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  1. Digital Matt

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    Spring thaw at Brandywine Falls. I had a chance to stop there yesterday, as I was in the area. Luckily I had all my gear with me, including my 4 stop ND filter, and my 2 stop grad ND filter. Here's the result, at 17mm, f/22 to boot.

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    Beautiful!

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    Tell the truth, you scanned in a postcard for that one!

    Nice shot! :D
     
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    lol i agree with tempra too...scanner!! lol kidding very cool
     
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    I always enjoy watching your photos. Amazing shot again.
     
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    yep, spot on, another great photo from you
     
  7. Digital Matt

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    Thanks a lot everyone! :)

    Not it's not a postcard...........yet........
     
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    Nice work Digi. It will make a nice postcard one day

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    that is a class shot! did you achieve that fantastic water flow effect using slow shutter speed, or the use of filters, because i am experimenting with filters and there effects at the moment, i've just bought a linear poloriser, a blue grad, and a warmup filter for portraits, new territory for me.
     
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    Very nice!
     
  11. Digital Matt

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    Thanks Eric, dalebe, and railman.

    dalebe, the water flow effect is from a slow shutter speed, yes, 1.3 seconds, but the filters are necessary to reduce the light to get that slow speed. I also stopped down to f/22.
     
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    thanks for that.
     

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