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Old Apr 7, 2011, 12:43 PM   #1
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Old Apr 7, 2011, 12:47 PM   #2
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Interesting photo

is that a fountain? did you tried a slow shutter photo?
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is that a fountain? did you tried a slow shutter photo?
Thanks Rpmarques. Yes this is a top of a fountain. Took this one at a high shutter speed to try and freeze it and get a dark background. Did not try a slow shutter speed shot because me and slow shutter speed handheld shots don't work most of the time.

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Its so solid that looks like a piece of ice, very sharp with a good DOF bluring the rocks in the foregroung and in backgroung and the black background really makes it pop...

I like it
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Old Apr 7, 2011, 4:46 PM   #5
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That is a fab shot, love it. Great colour and really clear. So, what shutter speed did you use, what mode were you shooting in?? Do share your tips please so I can learn more.
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Very interesting jjdog. Could even be the monster from the black lagoon surfacing...?
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Cool shot, it's either a fast shutter or still very cold in Ohio...
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Very interesting jjdog. Could even be the monster from the black lagoon surfacing...?
Banksy - That is a cool movie! But I think it is the "Creature From The Black Lagoon"; big difference between a monster and a creature.

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Yep, you are absolutely correct jj
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Cool shot, it's either a fast shutter or still very cold in Ohio...
Fast shutter and PP to bring it back to life.

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