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Old Sep 26, 2005, 7:04 PM   #1
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This is a pic I took back in the good old days of summer
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Old Sep 26, 2005, 7:52 PM   #2
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Very nice work Andrew!

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Old Sep 26, 2005, 8:11 PM   #3
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If I could see that view everyday, I would be a happy man. Nice shot.

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Old Sep 27, 2005, 2:05 AM   #4
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Thanx,B.H. and Bob
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I agree with the others, there's something nice and restful about those falls.

Nice one!

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Old Sep 28, 2005, 7:49 AM   #6
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Thanx John!
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Its a great shot and i love the flowing water, but im still learning and would like to know what settings you used to get that look. Like i know you have to slow down the shutter, but exactly how slow should it be? 1 sec? 2?faster? slower? thanks for the help?

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With this shot I used the shutter priority option with a shutter speed of 1/3 sec.I would say there is no absolute shutter speed to use,it oftens depends on the type of waterfall it is.I would suggest using a variety of shutter speeds and see what results you like best.If you want to get this "cotton candy look" you should try to take the shots under low-light conditions,which usually means,early morning or late evening.Cloudy days can also help
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