I don't think you have to change a thing as I think they are fine shots of close-up waterfalls..
I don't often say this when it comes to photography as one should always try to fill the frame with your shot, but maybe find larger falls and include some of the landscape with them, if it's a nice area that is. I noticed some leaves that have changed colours and have fallen. Maybe a nice fall shot with the waterfall..
But you've got some really nice work there. Nice colours, motion blur and framing..
Nothing wrong with these at all..
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Very nice but I'm curious. I looked at your smugmug display and am wondering how you got that leaf to remain unmoving for 30 seconds with water running around it???????Ooohh, it isn't a collage is it?..
You have the blur working well - maybe even too much. However, I think you still need to work on your coposition in some cases. Do you want to show a little of the context of the waterfall - where it is?Greg.
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#2 is excellent and I would say it had a longer exposure time than the other. The first and thrid are the same? Try it again with a longer exposure around 30 seconds, no longer than that. Experiment. Shoot at the following speeds and see the difference:.
1 sec5 secs15 secs30 secs1 min.
I think that you're off to a great start. The amount of blur in moving water photos is a matter of personal taste, and I like your photos. Whenever I take moving water pics at long shutter speeds, I bracket from about 1/2 to 1/16 for medium speed water and maybe faster shutter speeds for waterfalls. I never know how much blur looks best until I see the image on the computer screen.Davehttp://pixseal.com..
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Very nice but I'm curious. I looked at your smugmug display and amwondering how you got that leaf to remain unmoving for 30 secondswith water running around it???????Ooohh, it isn't a collage is it?.
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I love that second one. Any polarizers or filters being used here?..
I love that second one. Any polarizers or filters being used here?.
I agree (about loving it). I think your shots are great for showing when to - and when not to blur with long exposure..
1. No2. Yes, love it.
3. Whats wrong with that photo?? I just dont understand how you destr - ah - damag - ah - What the heck did you do?.
Thanks all!Yes, CPL filter was used on all of these shots.Leaf is not post processed and is staying still by water pressure..
I'll be shoting more at these waterfalls and post new images as soon as I get them..
Thanks everyone again!.