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Old Jun 3, 2005, 2:54 PM   #1
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I'm not sure if this should go here but it is the techniques forum as well. If I'm in the wrong place feel free to move my post.

I was looking up information on water shots. And found this nifty bit of information and just thought I'd share it in case you didn't know.

http://www.outbackphoto.com/DigitalC...001/essay.html

I'm going to have to try this and see how it works.
I'm not real into post production work but this makes quite a bit of sense.
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Old Jun 3, 2005, 8:51 PM   #2
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I haven't tried this, but may give it a shot to see if it is worth the trouble. I generally shootmoving water at 1/60th or less, down to about 1/4, depending on how fast it moves. I have never cared for the really soft look, but others seem to. Or maybe they have just been told they are supposed to.

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