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Old Mar 30, 2007, 3:21 AM   #1
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Hey, here's a shoti took of a waterfallon a recent hike with my K10d. I love waterfalls, one of my favorite things to photography, and i love my K10d.



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Old Mar 30, 2007, 5:34 AM   #2
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nice. location?

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Old Mar 30, 2007, 6:19 AM   #3
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yes, location??
how about updating your profile also to show a location.

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Old Mar 30, 2007, 6:37 AM   #4
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Very nice! Am I reading your Exif correctly, that was a 15 second exposure? Please tell us more about how you got your shot, tripod, neutral density filters, etc.

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Old Mar 30, 2007, 11:49 AM   #5
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Yeah, a really nice one. I second Roys suggestion that you update your profile, it's part of the fun to know where people in the forum are

http://www.stevesforums.com/forums/v...mp;forum_id=80

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Old Mar 30, 2007, 2:04 PM   #6
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Hi all, sorrry I didnt give more info about the pic. The shot was taken at Panther Falls in Washington. The trek there was a real pain but the end result made it all worth it. We had to drive up asnow covered, iced overcurvey road, all the while listening to mygirlfriends car under carriage bottom scrap on the ice(should've taken my truck that day). I love shooting moving water, in particular waterfalls. Based in the Northwest definitely helps with this.

For the shot i crawled under the designatedviewing spot and set up with a tripod on the edge of a dropoff, and went as wide as my 18-55mm would allow.I do not recall the shutter time, butshot it with a small aperture at ISO 100using a neutral density filter (I believe .9). (I am curious to knowhow to retrieve the EXIF info thatwas mentioned ina follow up post.(

I either used the 2 sec timer (which I loveusing with long exposure tripod shots), ormy remote to prevent movement. Thisis an awsomewaterfall in a gorgeous area, defintely worth the hassle, although i would still recommend asummer visit as thereis still plenty of snow asof last week. My profile is updated with current info.
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Cool, thanks for the additional info. That shot is certainly worth the effort you put into it. I use IExif to view the embedded data in IE. There is a version for Firefox too. You can get them free here:

http://www.opanda.com/

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NonEntity1 wrote:
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Cool, thanks for the additional info. That shot is certainly worth the effort you put into it. I use IExif to view the embedded data in IE. There is a version for Firefox too. You can get them free here:

http://www.opanda.com/

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Or if youcare for M$ as much as me there is the better and free Irfanview viewer/editor and pick up the EXIF plugin (among many others available ) while you are at it.

http://irfanview.com

PS VERY nice falls shot
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I sure like the picture, too - thanks for the explanation. You are lucky to live in such a location - waterfalls are in short supply around my area, and they are certainly fun to photograph.
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