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Old May 8, 2003, 4:37 AM   #1
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Default Goldcreek, Golden Ears Provincial Park

4 out of about 50shots I took. Resized them and optimized them for the web to a medium settings (didnt want to redo the photos just for this site )

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River Bend
River Bend2
^ Don't be fooled by the looks, it was about a 20' drop to the water surface and then about 10' deep at least.

Waterfall
^ Wish I had something to reference its size, it's not a trickle.

Top of Waterfall
^ Of course I had to go on top of the waterfall, though not in it, cause the current would of gotten me killed. There was also a series of waterfalls behind it which looked cool, but I do not feel like posting those

Oh and those who want to see the Canon a60 do a movie when it's cloudy: Waterfall Movie (2.98Mb - 10secs)

Thats it for now

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Old May 8, 2003, 7:03 AM   #2
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fine shot there! Nice job!
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Old May 8, 2003, 9:30 AM   #3
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awful pictures man, just awful - what were you thinking ?

Just kiddin Gimli - Nice - you are fortunate with all the nice scenery round your way

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Hehe thank you
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No prize winners but they are decent pictures.

Try a slower shutter speed (1/2 sec) for moving water. -assuming you can - gives it a nice creamy look.
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Old May 8, 2003, 2:17 PM   #6
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I was trying to do that..

With the Canon a60 I can do 1/4, then like 0.3->0.8sec and then up to a 15sec exposure.

Though the apeture I don't think was right when i took the pictures cause they were totally over exposed. Though I also do not have a tripod, so keeping the camera steady is tricky.

I will try this again though, hopefully soon. Thanx for the info
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