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    iamsneaky13 TPF Noob!

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    I went on a bikeride on a trail the other day for some excercise,when i found this really scenic stream. so i biked like twenty miles back to my car, got my camera stuff, and then went back to the stream. i hiked up the stream about a mile(this was harder than it sounds, it was steep) and then took some pictures. this is what i came up with.
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Ah. Lovely! Worth all your efforts, I must say. The sun had hid behind clouds meanwhile, though?
     
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    Really like those pics. I think the first one is the best. I've been trying my hand at some waterfall shots but have failed miserably every time. Yours do look great though.
     
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    @LaFoto: no it really wasn't but there was a very thick canopy of trees overhead. it caused a lot of uneven lighting. I also darkened the photos(something most people don't do much lol) because i thought they looked a little better that way.
     
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    @score04w: were you using a tripod because that is essential in order to get the motion blurred(don't know if there is a word for it) water you have to use long shutter speeds, making them impossible to handhold.
     
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    This was only a 1 sec exposure on MF a few years back on this slow flowing stream, hand metered from the moss on the tree, its a lot better as a print.
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