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Down the stream ..

By MarvKoon
Another picture taken from the same location as the previous upload.(Vintgar gorge in Slovenia) How can i achieve the misty look in the water without turning it completely white?

Tags: Lands Landscape and travel

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paulbroad Plus
12 131 1286 United Kingdom
18 Aug 2011 8:07AM
You need a very slow shutter speed for the blur and the correct exposure to retain detail. I would go for a nice sharp result personnally - whilst mastering the technique is good for experience, it is very over done thee days and this is a fine scene. Forefround water is a lttle over exposed here.

Paul
18 Aug 2011 4:30PM
You can also use the lowest ISO setting & smallest apature f22 ect, so that you might be able to reduce the shutter speed enough to blur the water
pamelajean Plus
13 1.2k 2096 United Kingdom
18 Aug 2011 6:13PM
Personally, Marvin, I like to see detail in the water rather than a milky blur, and therefore like the way you have taken this, apart from the exposure. Parts of the water are too white and lacking detail. I am therefore agreeing with Paul's comment above. I think you have some good advice above, however, if it's the milky look you desire.
Pamela.

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