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River Runs Through It
Posted By: gilbej49, 07-24-2009, 04:02 PM

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10-17mm Fisheye Lens
f/8
Shutter Speed 1/4
ISO 100
Some Post Processing on the water. Even with a filter I couldn't stop down enough to get a slower shutter speed. I had climbed out on a rock with no equipment with me but the camera and tripod. I used a polarizer but should have used a nuetral density or two to get that cotton candy effect on the water. However I think it came out alright. What do you all think?

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07-24-2009, 04:03 PM   #2
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Neat shot!
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I think you did well on the shot. I like it. Thanks for going through the set up. Cheers JIM
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Is that a bend in the river like that or were you using a fisheye? Either way great shot. I think the water looks a tad bit overdone imho, but overall very nice picture.

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It does indeed, RUN that is!
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The cotton candy effect is overused in many cases and can easily be overdone, especially on shoreline shots where the water ebbs and flows and creates a misty effect. Fine, if that is what you want. In the past nature phtographers tried to strike a happy medium just like yours, so that the image would appear more natural. It is really a function of low light levels in the canopy. Good shot BTW.

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The term, "what a rush" jumped into my mind when I saw this picture. Dynamic is the also a good word for the image. Great job.

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I think a desk frame is in order for this one.

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The stream formed a u-turn and I am setting in the middle of the turn and I was using a fisheye. Thanks for the comments.
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