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Old Mar 22, 2008, 12:21 PM   #1
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Here is a couple of images from this week.
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Excellent! Great detail and exposure for a difficult color.

Brrrrrrrrrrrrrr!!!!!!
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Old Mar 22, 2008, 1:15 PM   #4
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Nice shots. And this is supposed to be Spring? :?Looks cold!
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Excellent! Great detail and exposure for a difficult color.

Brrrrrrrrrrrrrr!!!!!!
Ditto on that...Brrrrrr! Nice effect of the water in motion over the icy falls.
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GReaT shots. almost wish i was there.


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Hi Ayreon,

Very nicely done!

I'm curious as to your technique on these. Did you just rely on small apertures and low ISO for the longer shutter speeds to "soften" the flowing water, or did you also use a filter or the K10's multi-exposure mode?

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Hi Scott.
This time I just went for long exposure time and low ISO.
Had a hard time holding the camera steady and the tripod was left at home... (go figure).
And to everybody yes it was cold. :G

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Yes it does look cold. The colors look good. It makes me want to see the whole scene to put it into context.

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Hi, Geir. Nice to hear from you.

Not sure I like the subject (http://forums.steves-digicams.com/fo...mp;forum_id=80), but I do like the images.

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