Rushing water

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by wxnut, Jan 25, 2005.

  1. wxnut

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  2. TBel

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    Wow, great pictures...i especially like how the water looks in the 3rd picture.
     
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    i'd like them better if the guy wasnt in them :-\ very good pics though
     
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    i always know i'll be amazed when i see a post from you! great work dude! :thumbup: love the time exposures
     
  5. wxnut

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    Thats to show the size of the river.
     
  6. Force of Nature

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    Yeh, thebeginning has a point from composition wise. But I understand where your coming from wxnut!

    these pics are damned awesome.I love long timed exposures. what exactly were all the boring stats then? I love the silken look of the water.
     
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    Im sorry. What do you mean by that?
     
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    I think you put to slow of a shutter speed on it... The water doesn't look much like water at that speed... just my oppinion :)
     
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    Excellent captures. Big fan of longer exposures to capture the movement of the water.

    Eric
     
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    i lovethe way the water looks like its floating on air in the first one
     
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    shutter speeds and apertures etc
     
  12. wxnut

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    All 3 of them were shot at f/22, ISO 100 for 0.3 seconds.

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