Discussion in 'Nature & Wildlife' started by flameshots, Dec 21, 2009.
1 is a little bit better exposed imo. nice job on the falls. what is the data on these?
I'll have to pull that up and post it. I'm new to the forum and didn't think to give that info. Thanks for the input.
welcome to tpf.
amazing photos im new to tpf today so this may be dumb..but i am looking for a camera to take the same type of pics..is it ur camera type or lens..or alittle of both or take such awesome pics?
It's mainly the camera and technique. You have to have the ability to put the camera in "bulb" or a very long shutter speed without moving the camera. This usually requires that you have a remote shutter trigger of some form. Either infrared in my case or a cable. This allows you to take the pictures with the shutter open for very long times and not shake the camera. A high quality tripod is also a must.
#1 is quite nice with everything in balance. Love the rock formations on the east side of the US, makes for gorgeous water falls.
i agree that #1 is better than #2. nicely composed as well. great job with these
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