I love that long exposure water shot. Have you thought about trying a neutral density filter for that or was it too dark?
Here is one from tonight out at the park. It was pretty dark so I had to do a lot of manual exposure adjustment in PSE 5.0.
Nikon D50 w/ 55-200mm ED VR
Focal Length 86mm
No flash - Handheld
Thanks, Classic. I don't have a neutral density filter (yet) but I've heard they help a lot to not overexpose the water.
I did a quick edit on your shot ... do you like it?
Focal Length: 19mm
Shutter: 1/60 Sec
Lens: 18-55 Nikkor Kit Lens
Comment's welcome, I'm new to Photography!
Tip for the future: If you have the wireless remote, you can depress it once to activate the shutter, then once more to de-activate. This is for bulb mode.
Originally Posted by toriaj
Of course the rubber band method is very inexpensive but if you've already got the wireless remote, then it'll do the work for you.
great shot classic...nice edit toriaj.
that lens performs much better than i thought it would.
my manual focus is off again but the colours are great and i think the DOF and exposure are right.
Good shot... Have you thought about a B&W conversion on it? I think the leaf-less branches would really make that shot "POP" in B&W.
toriaj, beautiful shot!! I can't wait to visit some waterfalls.
I was thinking the same thing as tcad and played a little. I hope that's ok. I'm addicted to b&w conversions even though I'm not great at it yet.
Thanks for the edit, Kellie. Which version do you all think is more appealing?
Hello. This is my first post here. :)
Camera: Nikon D50
Exposure: 1/2500 sec
Focal Length: 18 mm
ISO Speed: 200
Exposure Bias: 0/6 EV