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How to "freeze" the motion of water, when shooting a wa...

Mr_Vic

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"How to "freeze" the motion of water, when shooting a waterfall."

Mr_Vic Silver Member Nikonian since 24th Aug 2007
Fri 13-Jul-12 05:30 AM

I hope this the right forum, but I am shooting a family portrait on Sunday, the backdrop is a live waterfall with rocks. I want to make sure that the family (party of 15) is tack sharp "along" with the background.. Should I be focusing on the shutter speed, when shooting in manual. I am thinking on a higher shutter would accomplish that, but when using my SB900's the highest speed I can achieve is 1/250th....
I plan on shooting with my D3 body, 17-35mm lens, 2-3 SB900 (if needed)... The shoot is for 7 in the early evening, hopeing for a cloudy sky....

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