>Another place to be careful about LENR is with multiple >exposure images. I often use multiple exposures in lieu of >long exposures. For example, with moving water I might use a >series of 5-7 two second exposures rather than one 30 second >exposure. The time between exposures for LENR to work can >reduce the smoothness of the multi-exposure image. > >Eric Bowles
Hi Eric - I haven't heard of this very interesting technique for water. So am I correct in understanding that you are selectively blending multiple 2 sec water exposures to create one image with smooth looking water surface that also has texture (as opposed to water that looks completely smooth and almost featureless as a 30 sec exposure might produce)?