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Old Oct 13, 2008, 3:30 PM   #1
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Slow shutter speed


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Faster shutter speed; same scene as the picture above


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Old Oct 13, 2008, 3:50 PM   #4
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Following exposures with various shutter speeds. Really don't know how to re present rushing water. Listening to whatever points of views


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Along the banks


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Generally speaking, I prefer the slower shutterapproach… it gives the image a sort of silky feel, and seems to impart the sense of moving water better. There are times when freezing the motion can be effective, especially when you want to show droplets or splashes of water in mid-air, or to capture the spray of a breaking wave or a turbulent waterfall, but for most river and waterfall scenes, I like the smooth, flowing feel a slower shutter gives.
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