Saturday, July 07, 2012
A few weeks back, I was shooting for a client at a location in Summit County, near Winter Park Ski Resort. After the shoot, I took a few extra hours with my assistant John and photographed some moving water on a local stream. My exposure was f/20 at 2 seconds.
We had an opportunity to move around the stream a bit and managed to get a few additional images. Let's take a look at a few of them.
I cooled down the color temp of the water portion of the photo, Perhaps a bit to much... Your thoughts? The exposure was f/16 at 1/4 second.
Here's another view of the same stream. The exposure on this one is f/22 at 1 second.
Here is the last image of the same stream just a bit further down stream. The exposure here was f/22 at 1/4 second. I love slow exposures when shooting moving water. I carry a few ND (neutral density) filters in my bag just in case I need to reduce the exposure for a longer shutter speed. DT
Posted by David Tejada at 1:05 PM