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Shutter speed / aperture light issues

throzen

UK
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throzen Registered since 03rd Dec 2011
Sat 03-Dec-11 03:14 PM

Hello

I need some help with my Nikon D40x. I'm looking to take some sharp photos of waterfalls and streams like this: http://static.panoramio.com/photos/original/3267405.jpg. I know the shutter speed needs to be long (30 seconds is the max I can go to) and the aperture (f/#) needs to be high, but when shooting in an area of any light the picture comes out way too bright, if not all white. The ISO is as low as possible and I've toned down other settings. Can anyone give me some advice?

Thanks

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