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2010/11/23

"S"low "S"hutter


Whenever I see waterfalls, I find myself unconsciously taking the ND filter out of the bag, attaching it to the front of the lens, and photographing with a slow shutter effect. Then I think of myself as being a Pavlov's dog...


Are you one of them? Or are you a creative photographer?


This is a Outdoor Wednesday, Watery Wednesday, and ABC Wednesday entry. S is for "S"low and "S"hutter.

            

40 comments:

  1. wow! this is an awesome shot of an awesome scenery!

    paz

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  2. Gorgeous slow shutter example!

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  3. I have just bought a new camera that will allow manual shutter speeds - specifically for waterall shots! But yours is breattaking!

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  4. Yoshi! This photo is great! Thank you!

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  5. LOL!! conditioned to it is it?? Sure you must be getting such great shots every time :)

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  6. Sensational Shot of the Waterfalls. I wish I were a photographer, but, Sadly I'm not. However, I love taking pictures and Sharing them with others.

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  7. SUBLIME!
    It's really magnificent, very well done!
    Léia

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  8. Magnificent capture! What gorgeous waterfalls! Thanks for sharing the beauty, Yoshi! Enjoy your week!

    Sylvia

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  9. Now...that is BEAUTIFUL! Keep that ND filter handy at all times! I do the same.

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  10. Well if it's a Pavlovian reflex it's not a bad one to have, the shot is wonderful.

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  11. That is SO cool. I love waterfalls anyway, but this effect is great.

    ROG, ABC Wednesday team.

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  12. Wow! A beautiful capture - thankyou so much.
    Denise
    ABC WednesdayTeam

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  13. Nice example of the slow shutter. I'm not creative and don't know a lot about shutter speed.

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  14. Beautiful, who can resist a waterfall.

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  15. I guess I'm stuck on being creative because I don't have any fancy lenses. LOL! This is such a beautiful shot. I can see why you always reach for the lens. I guess its kind of like me with leaves floating on water. You like what you like.
    :-)

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  16. Beautiful. I do what I can with a point and shoot camera.

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  17. Stunning example of moving water!

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  18. No, I am not a creative photographer, but wish I were. I barely know how to use my little digital. I truly enjoy seeing all the great pictures others share.

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  19. I'm just a point-and-shooter. Your photo is beautiful!

    Sherry @ A Happy Valentine

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  20. HAHA Pavlov's dog, well even if your actions are a "conditional reflex" the end result is wonderful! Was that a bell ringing I just heard? Must be time for supper...

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  21. Stunning. Absolutely breath taking.

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  22. Wow I wish I was a creative photographer. I just like to take pictures ;-) This shot is breathtaking.

    Jocelyn
    http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com/

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  23. Awesome shot. Keep experimenting.:)

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  24. Beautiful! Isn't it fun to experiment with your camera!

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  25. This is a wonderful photo!
    You really live in a beautiful place.

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  26. awesome and terrific...i love it!!!

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