Waterstream and early springbird with bokeh

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  1. bengtb

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    Catching water is always nice with long exposure. I doesnt like when it becomes too slimy. My 200mm/4 have aperture up to 32 which helps to be able to have long shutterspeed.

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    I love the bokeh that my 200mm/4 have...

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    i lo0ve the first one. i don't like when there's no detail in the water. you've got a nice balance of motion and detail though, very nice. i've found my favourite speed for water is about 10th of a second or a stop either way of that.
     
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    Those are a couple of real beauties. Especially the first one. And great composition on the second. I bet thats nice having a camera that goes to 32. I use a neutral density filter for my camera when I take long exposures. It can be a pain sometimes taking it on and off.
     

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