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    Moving Water

    Back in April, Scott Kathe initiation a thread titled “Exposure for white turbulent water”. I found moving water a fascinating subject.

    Samples of member’s works would make an interesting thread. Here is my attempt.
    Bill Kumpf

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    Re: Moving Water

    And here is one of mine.



    It's from the same place (and shot at the same time) as this picture I posted in one of the other threads here:

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    Re: Moving Water



    Tachihara 4x5, Caltar II-N 150mm f/5.6 lens, Ektachrome E100SW, 3 seconds @ f/45.

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    Re: Moving Water

    Elakala Falls, within Blackwater Falls State Park, West Virginia:



    I've always been torn between trying to get crisp water detail versus the "cotton candy" look of longish LF exposure times. I'd love to experiment with large, battery-powered strobes, varying the ratio of flash to ambient light contribution to the exposure, but there aren't too many waterfalls around Rio Rancho.

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    Re: Moving Water

    Here's a different rendition of water over time

    Garapatta Beach

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    Re: Moving Water

    Here are some of mine:-

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    Re: Moving Water

    Near Wells Gray Provincial Park in British Columbia.

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    Re: Moving Water

    Awesome work Ralph, I like this a lot!

    Quote Originally Posted by Ralph Barker View Post
    Elakala Falls, within Blackwater Falls State Park, West Virginia:



    I've always been torn between trying to get crisp water detail versus the "cotton candy" look of longish LF exposure times. I'd love to experiment with large, battery-powered strobes, varying the ratio of flash to ambient light contribution to the exposure, but there aren't too many waterfalls around Rio Rancho.

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    Re: Moving Water

    A few of mine...
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    Re: Moving Water

    Moving water pictures

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