Aysgarth Force - Looking down on the Lower Falls
While this shot hasn't given the water that beautiful veil like look that Doug achieves with 1 second plus exposures, it's also not frozen the motion as in my shot of the upper falls.
I rather like the result.
D1, AF-S 28-70mm F/2.8 @ 28mm
Matrix, shutter priority, 1/13, f/22
White balance: cloudy
Anti-vibration mode & self-timer
RAW, converted by Qimage Pro 8.4
#1. "RE: Aysgarth Force - Looking down on the Lower Falls" | In response to Reply # 0Mikepoison Basic MemberThu 29-Jun-00 07:56 PM
It's quite obvious that the water's in motion.
how did you get it on 1/13 second? what kind of steps does the D1 have for shuttertime, or can you just input a number?
if this is on 28mm.. how close were you? were you wearing fishing boots?
who enjoys trout fishing very much
#2. "RE: Aysgarth Force - Looking down on the Lower Falls" | In response to Reply # 1AlanC Basic MemberFri 30-Jun-00 01:50 PM
The D1 goes in 1/3 EV steps, so shutter speeds go 1/8, 1/10, 1/13, 1/15.
And I wasn't in the water I had the tripod right on the edge....
Because the CCD is smaller than a 35mm frame the effective focal length of the D1 is 1.5 times the actual focal length - so 28mm is equivalent to 42mm on film. Great for telephoto lenses, but a pain if you want to go really wide-angle.