Some Movement - Waterfall

© Annette Allan

Some Movement - Waterfall
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Aperture f/32, shutter speed 0.6, ISO 800, 65mm, Manual Mode, used a tripod, used mirror lock up, UV haze filter, cropped photo around the left, top, and right edges, used burning tool in Photoshop Elements on a few spots on the rocks, need to invest in a cable release!! I'm thinking I should have changed my ISO to 400 but that didn't cross my mind at the time, too busy worried about shutter speed, and Neil and Susan I know you are going to tell me that I didn't need my aperture on 32 since this photo is all even, this photo was taken at the same time the one of the building I did for aperture so that is why it is set at 32, but I have learned my lesson that I don't always need the aperture that closed when your subject doesn't have much depth to it. If I was to go back and shot this fountain again I would open the aperture to about 5.6.

Exif: F Number: 32, Exposure Bias Value: +0, Exposure Time: 6/10, Flash: flash did not fire, ISO: 800, White Balance: manual white balance, Focal Length: 65mm, Camera Model: Canon EOS 30D

Uploaded on 7/19/2007 11:07:58 AM

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