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Old Jan 6, 2012, 3:38 PM   #1
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Old Jan 6, 2012, 4:23 PM   #2
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Beautiful effect of the water and color-full series JJ!! The first is stunning
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The whole collection is amazing jj, the first one is outstanding.
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Same here, all beautiful; but the first one is WOW!

What setting did you use?
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Beautiful effect of the water and color-full series JJ!! The first is stunning
Thanks catalex.

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The whole collection is amazing jj, the first one is outstanding.
Thanks Lily, you shoud give it a try.

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Same here, all beautiful; but the first one is WOW!

What setting did you use?
Carol, just use a slow shutter speed and adjust your exposure until you like what you see. Use a tripod, monopod, rock anything to avoid blur.

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