Twelve Mile creek

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  1. bean

    bean TPF Noob!

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    This is located just outside Niagara Falls (12 miles to be exact...), and I recommend if you're ever in the area, to get away from the commercialism and explore the back woods.
    This shot was taken with through poor man's neutral density filter/polarizer to reduce the shutter speed from 1/240s to a nice 1/26s :)
     
  2. Jeff Canes

    Jeff Canes No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I like this shot, the low angle is a nice touch, looks as if you’re almost in the water :thumbsup:
     
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    vonnagy have kiwi, will travel...

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    yer after me own heart matie! I love to put to put myself in very unconfortable places get that perfect shot, nice work with the neutral dens filter, do you remember your settings. handheld or tripod?

    show some more work from that area!
     
  4. bean

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    My neutral density filter/polarizer is actually a pair of sunglasses :D
    That shot was handheld, although I did have my tripod with me, I was using it to help me climb up/down the gorge!

    My camera doesn't really have any settings but the shutter speed was 1/26s and the apeture was F/3.5

    You will definitely see a few more photos from the area, I'm just working on editing them...there will be more next week since I'm going on march break! 8)
     
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    I agree the low angle does give it a nice look. The motion blur in the water also helps to make me feel like I was right there. So what camera did you use?
     
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    I like how the trees look like they are about to fall in the water.
     
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    I use a Cdn$200 Fuji 2650 (2mp)
    Does the job alright for the cost but I'm itching for an upgrade, I'm scoping out the Minolta 7Hi
     
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    Looks darn good to me!
     

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