Rhythmic Light

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  1. inneist

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    1/5[​IMG]

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    4 out of 5 is really cool!
     
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    #4 or 1-4? In any case, should I exclude the last one?

    That's a moot point for me now. In this computer, editing function is disabled with Linux...
     
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    Wow. I really like the photographs. I am a total noob, so any chance of you going over the process you went through for making them?
     
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    Ooh these are gorgeous. I can practically here the water falling! Great series.
     
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    Mad, it makes me happy to hear you liked the series.

    Rickyg, aside from a different choice of shutter speed, it's just normal point-n-shoot, so I'm pretty sure you can do it, too. :wink: Just now I used my friend's Opera browser to check the technical data you requested, it's F5, 1/320 on #3, F4.5, 1/500 on #2. Sorry I recently had a crash of all my computer programs, otherwsie I would supply you with more info. Hope this helps. :)
     
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    I was in a bit of hurry in typing yesterday and forgot to tell you about the timing. It was around 6:30 pm, just a moment before it began to become dark. The ISO number is 80. This info was very important because some time later the camera could still pick up the scene without a problem but the feel was no longer there.
     
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    Very cool. Thanks for the Info!

    -Ricky
     
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    neat captures, you caught the light in the drops just right... love the title too, these shots feel rhythmic, esp 2, 3, & 4 :thumbup:
     

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