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

jrp

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

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Sat 14-Jul-12 04:38 AM | edited Sat 14-Jul-12 04:43 AM by jrp

To get a feel before you go out there, this will show you the effect of shutter speed on the water looks.

Make sure you have your lens completely perpendicular to your subjects, the camera sides parallel to them standing, to avoid distortion. A three-axis bubble level helps plenty for this.

Have a great time :-)
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