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  1. #91
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    "Gorge"ous Waterfalls

    Here are some waterfalls at a gorge about 5 miles from where I live.
    They were taken with a 3.2 MP HP Photosmart 733 p&s. I hope to take more with my new digital Rebel.
    I hope you enjoy!
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  2. #92
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    My First Waterfall Shot!!

    A few days back I'd been to a friend's farmhouse with our group... It was large and on a hill. Behind the hill there was this small dam for irrigating the farms which overflowed in the rains and all the water ran through an outlet which was this waterfall....We friends had a lot of fun out there. After everyone returned to the top I ventured down alone to take some pics....Having done the work I had a difficulty finding my way back to the top and was quite tensed but I guess it was worth it....
    Sony Cybershot DSC P150 ... without a tripod or a ND filter
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  3. #93
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    nothing too special...


  4. #94
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    Looking Glass Falls, near Pisgah National Forest in the Smokey Mountains of NC.
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  5. #95
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    Looking Glass Falls 2

    Great shot MikeK. I too was there recently and got the shot below. As you can see from the sun rays peaking in at the top left of the waterfall, we had a lot of light making it difficult to get the blurring effect with the extended shutter speed and not over expose the photo. Did you see other falls while you were there? We visited Slick Rock, Sliding Rock (took no pictures) and Moore Cove. The road to Jackson falls was closed so we could not see it.

    pbt1234
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  6. #96
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    very nice pics guys! although.. wheres one of the niagra falls???!??! first time user with camera here and i just wanna know how u make the water falls so smooth and silky?? is it manual exposure? im getting a canon a95 very soon so i guess i can use that right?

  7. #97
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3xposure
    very nice pics guys! although.. wheres one of the niagra falls???!??! first time user with camera here and i just wanna know how u make the water falls so smooth and silky?? is it manual exposure? im getting a canon a95 very soon so i guess i can use that right?
    A longer exposure is what you need. However, you do have to worry about overexposing the shot if you do go that route. I think a lot of people will add a neutral density filter (or 2 maybe) to force the camera to need a slow shutter speed for that silky look.

    Erik

  8. #98
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    Silky Look

    All my shots are with ND filters. I have a 64 and 8. Depending on lighting - determines which one I need. Using these does foul the camera into thinking that it is darker outside, therefore allowing for LONG exposures. I have gotten 8 second (max my camera will do) in middle of the day. As emailvick pointed out though - over exposure is a real problem. You can see more at my website if interested. Water is a great thing to photograph - at least I think so.

    pbt1234
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  9. #99
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    Haven't looked at this thread for a while & it was treat coming back to it - well done guys. Don't like to single one out but I have to say Glennaa that panorama just blew me away I could feel the spray, excellent capture. As for panorama software I just use the Arcsoft programme that came with my Panasonic. I've only used it once though, on a Grand Canyon picture posted in an earlier thread, but it was very easy to use & worked pretty well.

  10. #100
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    Here's an indoor water fall taken in The Mirage Hotel & Casino Atrium.

    Canon EOS 350D/XT
    Focal Length 18 mm > Sigma 18-125mm DC
    Exposure Time 1/60 sec
    Aperture f/8
    ISO Equivalent 200 > RSE ver. 1.1.3

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    Canon EOS 30D | Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 | Canon 17-40mm f/4L | Canon 24-105mm f/4L IS| Canon 70-200mm f/4L | Canon Speedlite 430EX + Sto-Fen Omni Bounce | Manfrotto 3001BD & 680B/486RC2 | Hoya Super HMC Pro1 Digital Filters | Hitech ND & GND Filters | Bags > Kata R-103 + Lowepro Nova 5 AW

    RawShooter | premium 2006 > My PBase Gallery

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