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Old Oct 28, 2009, 9:46 PM   #1
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Blue hour II: Same boulder
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Love those blues and golds. Interesting spot to play with exposure times. You can get water to look like smoke or ice.
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Love those blues and golds. Interesting spot to play with exposure times. You can get water to look like smoke or ice.
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Thanks. I know of no other river with so many opportunities to experience the power of water. There are also what we call "sel", stillwater areas, perhaps in English

Yes, with a tripod or as in my case leaned against a tree you can use slow shutter speeds. Personally I want as fast shutter speeds as possible which limits me to very strong sunlight and/or a high ISO camera

Don't really know how the eyes see water of different velocities (?). About time to find out

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