Shutter Speed Exercise

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  1. P Bailey

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    Which is better ? Fast or Slow ?

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  2. pursuer

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    That is a really hard call, They are both great. The Third and last stand out to me, one fast and one slow.
     
  3. laudrup

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    both speeds do the job, however the slower shutter speed gives the shots a "dreamier" quality because the water looks like fog.

    nice shots!
     
  4. ferny

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    I like both sides of the coin. But when a faster shutter is used it makes a change. I like seeing little crystals in the air as well.
    Nice photos. :)
     
  5. Andrea K

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    i like the second and third sets best

    i think that the faster speeds give the water a more aggressive and nastier look whereas the slower speeds give the water a more welcoming feel

    nice shots!!
     
  6. Artemis

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    I personally just prefere longer shutter speeds...makes the water look softer and more sureal...I really like the last shot! :D
     

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