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Discussion in 'Landscapes, Architecture, and Cityscapes' started by siinjen, Aug 3, 2009.
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I like it. Do you have any with a longer shutter speed though? That framing would look nice with several seconds of shutter speed!
Nice shot! I had something very similar in mind for my next trip to Great Falls... which will likely be this weekend! I really like the softness.
Very pretty shot. I like the detail you have in the water.
This is a nice shot, have you tried it in B&W? It seems lime a natural for it.
Great shot. I really enjoy walking around Great Falls park.
Just perfect, for me!
D300, D200 coupled with a bunch of some fine Nikon glass
Guys, thanks a lot for all the warm comments... I made this shot somewhat different and unique in a way. Glad you liked it.:wink:
Great shot! Finally a waterfall in which I see water. I like this much better as shots with 'several seconds' shutter speed.
Thanks Rob...I guess your dream came true.:wink:
I really like this shot. I think you composed it in a very interesting way. :smile:
Very nice! I love the water detail!
Great shot Sal! This place is just a wonderful source for the photographic imagination. It looks as if the shot has a bit of an Orton (light), or glow. Neat approach to the Falls. Definitely not all water flows have to be the long-exposure type!
Nice to see ya Nacho...We all missed u out here. When is your next visit?
Glad you like this shot. Something new huh? Hoping we can shoot together again in the future...regards...
Nice shot a bit of photoshop and it can be fabulous.
Thanks Ryan....I added a soft filter to look very natural....