Waterfall shot

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    2 Words...Absolutely Beautiful! :D
     
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    ridiculously amazing.
     
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    gorgeous!! i wish I could do some shots like this of some of Guam's waterfalls, except I have to hike through some thick jungle to find them... been on the lazy side lately! lol! good job!

    is this HDR?
     
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    thanks for the comments. no, it's not HDR.
     
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    I love it.
     
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    absolutely stunning! Where at was this pic taken? So beautiful. :)

    How do u get the effects in The water as u did--stand still, and blurred? Love it!
     
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    very low shutter speed to blur the moving water and use a tripod to get the clarity of all the still elements in the background (trees, etc).
     
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    Thanks guys. got the slow shutter speeds using a ND Filter and Circular Polarizer. This shot was taken at Deep Creek Lake Md. in a park called Swallow Falls.
     
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    Well done!
     
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    smooth~
     
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    You nailed both the shutter speed and the white balance (at least on my uncalibrated MBP monitor), the two things that are difficult to do for a lot of people. Nice job.
     

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