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Wednesday, February 5, 2014


Some of the images on this blog taken by me are of  'slow water'.  The slow water shot is a deliberate representation of moving water, not frozen in time, but left to move during the exposure, usually from one quarter to two seconds long. This procedure can give landscape scenes a dreamy mood or feeling and therefore tends to add a more artistic look to the shot.

The amount of movement or light given to the water is directly affected by how long the scene is exposed by the settings of aperture and shutter, filters used and the amount of radiant light falling on the subject.  This type of shot has always been one of my favorites and I love creating the effect.  From small brooks to cascading waterfalls, long exposure water shots add a dramatic touch of beauty to any water image.

In keeping with my intention to provide photographic information to this blog, here is a link to The Digital Camera World's website explaining how to take great waterfall photos: 

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