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

Mr_Vic

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

Mr_Vic Silver Member Nikonian since 24th Aug 2007
Fri 13-Jul-12 06:29 AM

Thank you for giving me things to think about.....
The most important thing to me is the faces to to be in focus and tack sharp....I originally wanted the waterfall sharp and not soft, I am thinking this would make the photo "pop" more... I would using Nikon ClS,. I was visioning place a flash directly behind the party, facing the waterfalls, and the other two on the right and left at an angle... They have already told me that they want at a minimum a 16x20 print and maybe as large as a 20x30...

It will still be somewhat daylight at the time of the shoot, so the waterfall and rocks will have natural light, as the spot is open with no tree to block the light...

Mr. Vic

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