First attempt at a slow mo

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  1. Darfion

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    There aren't many waterfalls in my neck of the woods so you may see pop up quite a few times :mrgreen:
     
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    I like the slow shutter on this - nicely done!
     
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    Nice shot!!
     
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    Like this one a lot .. I always like to see waterfalls and slow-mo ... but rarely get a chance to do it myself.

    Thanks for sharing :)
     
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    thats good, i tried it yesterday, but it didnt work out, it was way to over exposed and i didnt realise at the time :( the ones with the fast shutter speed turn out quite well, but the fact that it was a horrible dark day, and due to the season meaning there isnt much colour around, i decided i'll just have to wait a while. but yeah, thats a good shot, well done! :)
     
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    It looks pretty good but you could make it better fairly easy. All it needs is some 'warmth'. You could add saturation to warm it up, or else you could go back and take the photo in the light of dusk or dawn. That would warm it up a ton.

    That's my only suggestion.
     
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    Funny you should say that, cos i'm waiting for a misty frosty morning. If i can drag my carcas out of bed that is. There's a weir on a local river that should produce good shots but it's about a three mile walk. If i can be arsed going i'll post the pics.
     
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    Very nice!!:thumbup:
     
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