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Apr 10, 2008 16:41 |  #1

Oklahoma CITY Botanical Garden Downtown. It looks like a big water fall but in reality, it is about 5 square feet big. C&C Welcome :D

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Apr 10, 2008 20:05 |  #2

Good HDR effect and lots of interest in foreground and background. I like it.
But the waxy water spoils it for me - but that's just me.


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Apr 10, 2008 22:04 as a reply to  @ scrumpy's post |  #3

great job! how many shots where blended?
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Apr 10, 2008 22:14 |  #4

I think it's great and water with falls is so much an individual opinion with a few seconds difference and I like it.

I think I will need to try HDR.




  
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Apr 11, 2008 00:20 as a reply to  @ RandyMN's post |  #5

Great picture...could I ask what settings you used? :lol:


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Apr 11, 2008 07:04 |  #6

Hey thanks for the comments guys! I did 3 exposures -2 0 2.
exposure 0 was at ISO 400 at 1 second f2.8 =)

About the water being waxy, I guess I see others use the blur effect to emphasize motion hence my try at it =P


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Apr 11, 2008 07:17 |  #7

leninglass wrote in post #5306213 (external link)
Hey thanks for the comments guys! I did 3 exposures -2 0 2.
exposure 0 was at ISO 400 at 1 second f2.8 =)

About the water being waxy, I guess I see others use the blur effect to emphasize motion hence my try at it =P

I don't really dislike the water - honest. But I prefer to see the reflective droplets created by moving water :lol:


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Apr 11, 2008 09:54 |  #8

Oh ok... so shorten the shutter to freeze the droplets?


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