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Aug 3, 2012 00:19:55   #
Nikonian72 Loc: Chico CA
 
This is a perpetual thread for all members to post images of moving fresh water.
Another thread will be moving sea water (waves & tides).
No HDR! That is another forum.

We request typical exposure settings to accompany all images, including: camera make & model; lens make & model; shutter duration and aperture used. Also, any situational info of interest.

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Aug 3, 2012 00:25:52   #
Nikonian72 Loc: Chico CA
 
Between the townsite of Tomichi, and the historic Tomichi Cemetary, this little side creek crosses the road. This view shows the shallow Spring Creek ford, and the two small waterfalls above the road.

Nikon D5000 at ISO 100, Nikkor 18-55 zoom lens at 55-mm, 0.6-sec at f/36.

Spring Creek ford in the Upper Tomichi Valley, Colorado
Spring Creek ford in the Upper Tomichi Valley, Col...

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Aug 5, 2012 08:19:13   #
martinfisherphoto Loc: Lake Placid Florida
 
Took this last May in Costa Rica. Nikon D7000, 18-200mm, ISO 100, F/22, 1/4 second exposure, just long enough to get the silky water affect.



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Aug 6, 2012 00:31:49   #
Stef C Loc: Conshohocken (near philly) PA
 
Nikon D7000, F20, 1/2 second, ISO 100, 13mm

Raymondskill falls, pa



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Aug 9, 2012 09:28:41   #
jimber Loc: Green Bay, WI
 
Nikonian72 wrote:
This is a perpetual thread for all members to post images of moving fresh water.
Another thread will be moving sea water (waves & tides).
No HDR! That is another forum.

We request typical exposure settings to accompany all images, including: camera make & model; lens make & model; shutter duration and aperture used. Also, any situational info of interest.


Thanks for opening and hosting this thread Nikonian72. I've enjoyed your images and learned many things from your posts.

Here are a couple of Lower Fumee Falls that is east of Kingsford, MI on US 2.

Nikon D300 3 sec., f18, ISO 200, 35mm, CPF
Nikon D300 3 sec., f18, ISO 200, 35mm, CPF...

Nikon D300 4 sec., f18, ISO 200, 35mm, CPF
Nikon D300 4 sec., f18, ISO 200, 35mm, CPF...

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Aug 14, 2012 17:25:38   #
jazzplayer
 
These were part of a little exercise I did last Sunday to probe my SX30's true limitations. On the way from shooting at a motocross dirtbike race in the morning, to Crater Lake for a meteor showers attempt, I passed by the Rogue River above Union Creek, OR, and it was already really dark out, but I decided to try a couple of "silky water" shots, at which I had previously failed miserably under brighter light conditions. It was so dark out, I had to really tread slowly to avoid injury! But it was finally dark enough for the SX30 to do this.

By the way, I did manage to prove to myself conclusively that day that my SX30 is indeed merely a pretty good snapshot camera, and not much more. I'm saving my pennies for a new DSLR...

Canon SX30IS, ISO250, 6.7mm, .5sec, f/3.2
Canon SX30IS, ISO250, 6.7mm, .5sec, f/3.2...

Canon SX30IS, ISO400, 6.7mm, .5sec, f/3.2
Canon SX30IS, ISO400, 6.7mm, .5sec, f/3.2...

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Aug 16, 2012 22:59:29   #
ShooterOR
 
100 ISO. 105 f/2.8G Macro -0.3 EV f/22 @ 4 sec



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Aug 21, 2012 05:50:18   #
swimbob Loc: Columbia, S.C.
 
White water falls in south west North Carolina just above Clemson, SC. I cropped this from a larger picture that's why it's a little fuzzy.



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Aug 22, 2012 02:26:39   #
jazzplayer
 
Do sprinklers count? These were shot with an SX30IS on P-auto, ISO100. A gal with a camera walked up behind me to see what I was shooting and said, "aha - good catch!"

These (download) are 1/2-sized from the originals...

f/4.5, 1/80sec
f/4.5, 1/80sec...

f/4.5, 1/100sec
f/4.5, 1/100sec...

f/5.0, 1/125sec
f/5.0, 1/125sec...

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Aug 23, 2012 13:25:29   #
SQUIRL033 Loc: Chehalis, WA
 
a couple from up at Mt Rainier...

Edith Creek... Canon 5D2, 17-35 lens at 22mm, 2.5 sec @ f/14 w/ polarizer...

http://i1246.photobucket.com/albums/gg607/squirl036/IMG_1730rdxsm.jpg

Upper Sunbeam Falls... Canon 5D2, 24-105 lens @ 28mm, 1/3 sec @ f/14 w/ polarizer

http://i1246.photobucket.com/albums/gg607/squirl036/UpperSunbeamsm.jpg

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Aug 23, 2012 13:38:12   #
ShooterOR
 
SQUIRL033 wrote:
a couple from up at Mt Rainier...

Edith Creek... Canon 5D2, 17-35 lens at 22mm, 2.5 sec @ f/14 w/ polarizer...

http://i1246.photobucket.com/albums/gg607/squirl036/IMG_1730rdxsm.jpg

Upper Sunbeam Falls... Canon 5D2, 24-105 lens @ 28mm, 1/3 sec @ f/14 w/ polarizer

http://i1246.photobucket.com/albums/gg607/squirl036/UpperSunbeamsm.jpg


Time of year? I was there in June and it was cold, rainy (and I don't mean "Seattle rainy")!

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Aug 23, 2012 16:11:14   #
SQUIRL033 Loc: Chehalis, WA
 
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Time of year? I was there in June and it was cold, rainy (and I don't mean "Seattle rainy")!


these were taken 2 days ago. it was supposed to be mostly sunny, but Mt Rainier makes its own weather, and it apparently didn't listen to the weatherman!

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Aug 23, 2012 16:14:28   #
ShooterOR
 
Yes. I didn't realize the extent to which mountains make the weather until just visiting. The irony is that I lived in Seattle for 2+ years and in Portland for 30+ and this was my first visit (in June) to "The Mountain". Sad! However, I intend to return-- hopefully soon.

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Aug 24, 2012 16:20:59   #
SQUIRL033 Loc: Chehalis, WA
 
ShooterOR wrote:
Yes. I didn't realize the extent to which mountains make the weather until just visiting. The irony is that I lived in Seattle for 2+ years and in Portland for 30+ and this was my first visit (in June) to "The Mountain". Sad! However, I intend to return-- hopefully soon.


actually, the mountains are even responsible for "Seattle rainy"... when warm, wet marine air comes in from the ocean, it bumps up against the mountains (Olympics as well as Cascades). the clouds rise and cool, and as they do, the moisture condenses and falls as rain. often the clouds never make it over the mountains, so they just sit here over Puget Sound for days on end until they either dissipate, or drop enough moisture to move on...

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Aug 24, 2012 17:17:59   #
ShooterOR
 
SQUIRL033 wrote:
ShooterOR wrote:
Yes. I didn't realize the extent to which mountains make the weather until just visiting. The irony is that I lived in Seattle for 2+ years and in Portland for 30+ and this was my first visit (in June) to "The Mountain". Sad! However, I intend to return-- hopefully soon.


actually, the mountains are even responsible for "Seattle rainy"... when warm, wet marine air comes in from the ocean, it bumps up against the mountains (Olympics as well as Cascades). the clouds rise and cool, and as they do, the moisture condenses and falls as rain. often the clouds never make it over the mountains, so they just sit here over Puget Sound for days on end until they either dissipate, or drop enough moisture to move on...
quote=ShooterOR Yes. I didn't realize the extent... (show quote)


What I meant was that the rain I experienced on Mt Rainier was nothing like the typical Seattle Rain.

:)

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