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Aug 24, 2012 22:58:20   #
tojomor Loc: Cookeville,TN
 
Montville Falls, Moravia,NY. D5100 @ISO 100, Nikkor 55-300, 1/200 sec.,f7.1.



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Aug 25, 2012 12:13:39   #
ShooterOR
 
ShooterOR wrote:
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")!
quote=SQUIRL033 a couple from up at Mt Rainier...... (show quote)


Squirrel:

They are all superb-- The last one is the best, IMO.

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Aug 27, 2012 02:09:47   #
mdorn Loc: Portland, OR
 
Tamanawas Trail, Mt. Hood, OR

I love all the others!

Canon 50D, 10-22mm, f/16, 2.5s, w/ polarizing filter
Canon 50D, 10-22mm, f/16, 2.5s, w/ polarizing filt...

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Aug 29, 2012 06:08:45   #
Bret Loc: Dayton Ohio
 
Hocking Hills last fall. Shot taken with a Kodak Z981 bridge camera...hand held at 1/13 F4.5 and focused to 22.4mm. Hopefully this fall with a dslr maybe work a little better.



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Aug 29, 2012 12:04:01   #
mdorn Loc: Portland, OR
 
Bret wrote:
Hocking Hills last fall. Shot taken with a Kodak Z981 bridge camera...hand held at 1/13 F4.5 and focused to 22.4mm. Hopefully this fall with a dslr maybe work a little better.


Love the composition and lighting on this one! Great job!

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Aug 29, 2012 17:03:57   #
Bret Loc: Dayton Ohio
 
Thank you mdorn...but with the drought this year in Ohio...I dunno....fall shots are gonna really suck....ROAD trip!!!...lol

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Sep 7, 2012 19:07:59   #
Stevebutler Loc: London
 
Taken in the grounds of a private estate in Whiltshire England

Canon 7D, Canon 18-200 zoom, Shutter 1/4 F22 ISO200.

Moving waters
Moving waters...

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Sep 7, 2012 21:35:07   #
tainkc Loc: Kansas City
 
This is the best I could come up with since we are in the middle of a drought. This was taken after we just got dumped on for the first time in3 months.

What I found interesting is that the water was moving at many different speeds in such a little area

Sony a580 using a Sony 75-300mm lens. F5.6 @ 1/250 sec. ISO 100 AWB
Sony a580 using a Sony 75-300mm lens.  F5.6 @ 1/25...

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Sep 7, 2012 21:58:13   #
Nikonian72 Loc: Chico CA
 
Stevebutler wrote:
Taken in the grounds of a private estate in Whiltshire England.
Beautiful falls! Is this man-made, man-modified, or entirely natural?

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Sep 7, 2012 21:59:57   #
Nikonian72 Loc: Chico CA
 
tainkc wrote:
1/250 sec.
You have posted in the "Long Exposure Photography Forum"? Does this really qualify?

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Sep 7, 2012 22:26:10   #
tainkc Loc: Kansas City
 
Nikonian72 wrote:
tainkc wrote:
1/250 sec.
You have posted in the "Long Exposure Photography Forum"? Does this really qualify?
Sorry, my bad.

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Sep 8, 2012 12:19:36   #
planepics Loc: St. Louis burbs, but originally Chicago burbs
 
This may be (not sure) my first attempt at a moving water pic (at least the first DECENT one). It's a B/W conversion of a pic I took at the St. Louis Botanical Garden inside the tropical plant dome. There is a path that winds behind the falls and that is where I took the pic from. It got second place in my photography club about 2 weeks ago. A330 with an 18-55 at 24mm (equivalent to 36mm), ISO 100, f/13 at 1/8 second. slightly darkened in PP because it was a projected digital image contest as opposed to a print contest.



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Sep 8, 2012 19:31:55   #
Nikonian72 Loc: Chico CA
 
planepics wrote:
This may be (not sure) my first attempt at a moving water pic (at least the first DECENT one). It's a B/W conversion of a pic I took at the St. Louis Botanical Garden inside the tropical plant dome.
I like it!
Reminds me of an old B&W jungle-theme thriller from the 1950s.

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Sep 8, 2012 19:39:16   #
planepics Loc: St. Louis burbs, but originally Chicago burbs
 
Thanks. That's a big compliment coming from such an accomplished photographer!

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Sep 9, 2012 05:30:19   #
Stevebutler Loc: London
 
Great picture like the light, looks good B/W.

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