Waterfall

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  1. King-J

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    New to this Forum, been playing around with photography, for a while, Never have considered my self anything but a total Novice Amateur. Entered a couple of my Photos in the state Fair, got honorable mentions.
    Thought I would get involved on a forum and see if I can improve a little. A recent Trip to McCloud, Ca.
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    What was this shot with? Looks good, and the rocks to the right of the waterfall look particularly sharp. I feel like it's a bit overexposed, but nothing a bit of light burning couldn't fix.
     
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    It is a bit overexposed. For shooting something like a waterfall, you may want to use an NDF (Neutral Density Filter). It will allow you to use a longer shutter time while still properly exposing the image, and will give the flowing water a very soft look.
     
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    I was fishing the pool, and had my Kodak Z612 for shooting pics of fish and set it on rocks and played with Manual settings.
    F/8, 1/6 sec., ISO-80
     
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