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  1. llewlovesdrift

    llewlovesdrift TPF Noob!

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    if u could also tell me how to use a long exposure without letting in so much light the photo turns out white? so far ive used an 8 second shutter speed and its not working- what else do i need to adjust?
     
  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    The trick are filters that block the amount of light and give you the chance (and since they work like "sunglasses" for your lens also the necessity) to photograph with long exposures even during the day, so you get that foggy-dreamy-floating aspect of running water.

    I shall move this thread to the Nature and Landscape Gallery though, since our Critique Forum guidelines say "Only one photo - and please ask for some quite specific critique on that", you see?

    And could you go back into your thread with the help of the "Edit" button and put the missing spaces between your first and second photo, please? Else, I could do that for you.
     
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    PlasticSpanner TPF Noob!

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    Look out for some Neutral Density (ND) Filters.

    They come in different grades each equivelent to 1 stop exposure. Look at the Cokin website for more information.
     

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