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Oct 04, 2021 04:38 |  #2506

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Isn't the time too long here?


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Oct 05, 2021 01:08 |  #2508

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IMO, yes. Most might agree that convention says to drag the shutter just enough to allow the water to still be jumping around a bit, as if the photograph is making rushing water sounds. Too long a shutter and the water makes no "sound" at all. Think of the appearance of glass or plastic -- not as interesting.


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Oct 05, 2021 02:52 |  #2509

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IMO, yes. Most might agree that convention says to drag the shutter just enough to allow the water to still be jumping around a bit, as if the photograph is making rushing water sounds. Too long a shutter and the water makes no "sound" at all. Think of the appearance of glass or plastic -- not as interesting.

I agree. This is too far removed from reality, it's like milk instead of water in a stream. But many people like it that way.




  
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Oct 05, 2021 16:21 |  #2510

Showing the motion of my water, without showing the motion of my water, so to speak.

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Oct 06, 2021 03:07 |  #2511

Lubos-PM wrote in post #19290696 (external link)
Isn't the time too long here?

Lubos I'm one that likes it more natural. I normally don't comment on such as I fully appreciate its a personal preference.
Take my comment as such please.
But have to say that's a beautiful stream



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Oct 07, 2021 09:19 |  #2512

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Oct 09, 2021 18:31 |  #2514

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Oct 12, 2021 13:28 |  #2515

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Oct 16, 2021 11:37 |  #2520

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It's all personal preference of course, although in this case I'd say a little too long. I tend to have the shutter between 1/4 second and a couple of seconds for my water shots. Under a second and the water is blurred but has a little texture to it. The really slow shutter speed can give the picture a sort of otherworldly look, that can work in some settings.


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