Falling Water

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  1. ToddM

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    I took this little shot hand held at like 1/60. I was lucky it came up as sharp as it did at 1/60. I would have liked to have gotten more of a cool blur looking flow on the water, at like around 1/20, but I didn't have a tri pod with me.

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    Looks neat from what I can make out so I'd like to see a larger version.
     
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    I know I have at least 2 or 3 larger view photos but I would have to do some digging through ALOT of negatives to find them. I took this shot at Maymont Park almost 2 years ago. I'm afraid I don't have any panned out shots readily scanned onto disk although I do go there frequently and I may take some new shots soon. ~

    They have a great water fall created at this park. I like to wait for slightly over cast days to take shots in this area to get better exposure. I took the shot above on a very bright, high contrast day as you can see by the "black" rock in the foreground, which is really some sort of shadow.
     

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