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Posted By: Kerrowdown, 01-18-2018, 01:17 PM

In Autumn colour too.

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01-18-2018, 03:10 PM   #2
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Lovely crisp detail and colours...have you ever tried the tripod mounted long exposures to smooth the water.
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Lovely crisp detail and colours
Thank you.

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have you ever tried the tripod mounted long exposures to smooth the water
No, but I did do this one hand held at a 1/4 sec at f 22, ISO 100 for a similar effect.

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Very good for 1/4 sec...bought a Gorillapod to try it myself someday.

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Your wee bridge disguises itself as a rock very well.
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Your wee bridge disguises itself as a rock very well.
Aye a cunning wee fella...
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QuoteOriginally posted by Kerrowdown Quote
Thank you.

No, but I did do this one hand held at a 1/4 sec at f 22, ISO 100 for a similar effect.
You had it right the first time - I like the original view much better.
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Beautiful!

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I like them both but the first really stands out. I don't think a longer exposure would work very well with it because then you wouldn't see the colorful little rocks on the bottom.
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.... I don't think a longer exposure would work very well with it because then you wouldn't see the colorful little rocks on the bottom.
And water, especially in flat areas, IMHO starts looking more like ice.
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You had it right the first time - I like the original view much better.
I may not escaped your attention... but we are talking different locations here.
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Beautiful!
Thank you.
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I don't think a longer exposure would work very well with it because then you wouldn't see the colourful little rocks on the bottom.
Also to be honest the volume and the speed of the water wouldn't have helped at all.
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IMHO starts looking more like ice.
We tend to have plenty of that here already... without me creating more.
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I may not escaped your attention... but we are talking different locations here.
Yes, I understood that. My point was that if you used the technique from the second location at the first location, the photo would look like you had frozen water {because the water area is so flat but flowing} with green plants growing in the area
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