Saturday, June 16, 2012

Colorado Waterfalls.



One waterfalls with three different angles.

11 comments:

  1. I need to learn how to take shots of water. These are very interesting!

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  2. A wonderful study of the waterfalls! Three angles-three fine pics!

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  3. Great shots Q! I really like the top shot.

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  4. Q, like Kate I would like to learn to take better shots of water. I get all confused with the shutter speed, aperture,blah,blah,blah...any helpful hints to remember what to use when??

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    1. Val,
      It's easy to do! You will need a tripod, and a Neutral Density filter -3 stops for your lens. Set your camera to aperture mode, and change your aperture to f/11. Then compose your shot.

      If you shooting the waterfalls in the shade, you would need -3 stops ND filter, and -6 stops ND filter if you shoot on the sunny day. I have used these filters made from B+W company.

      I hope this helps.

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    2. Thanks...now to find some beautiful waterfalls in NE...LOL

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  5. Lovely. I love to take pictures of waterfalls.

    Felicia

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  6. Muy buenas fotos con ese efecto seda en el río.. El lugar fantástico.. Saludos.

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  7. Wow Nice! Love that top photo, it has all the right ingredients to grab the viewers attention!

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  8. Excellent shots! Well done!!

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