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

fmrnykr

Oakland, US
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"RE: How to "freeze" the motion of water, when shooting a waterfall."

fmrnykr Silver Member Nikonian since 15th Mar 2010
Fri 13-Jul-12 06:01 AM

Mr. Vic,

Which part of the photo is more important, the party of 15 or the waterfall? Why is freezing the waterfall so important to the success of the photo?

Will the waterfall & rocks have natural or artificial light to help illuminate them?

If you use 2-3 SB-900s, will you be using Nikon's CLS to help light the shot?

Your answers might help some of the more experience Nikonians give you more detailed advice.

Hope this helps.

Bob

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