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Florida Waterfall

By Scottelly    
I went to Rainbow Springs, north-west of Orlando, just to photograph the waterfalls there. I didn't know there were waterfalls in Florida. I used my big Benbo tripod and shot this with my Sony R1. It was a long exposure . . . 1/4 second. I tried other, longer exposures earlier, such as 1, 2, 5, and 10 seconds, at other waterfalls, but I liked this shot best, and it turns out that 1/4 second is long enough to give it that cliché moving water look.

Tags: Tripod Sony Waterfall Long exposure Zeiss R1 Landscape and travel Wildlife and nature Time exposure Benbo Sony r1 Rainbow springs 1and4 second

Voters: tonyguitar, NDODS, gwynn56 and 3 more

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tonyguitar 6 65 37 Canada
3 Sep 2012 4:47AM
Thank you for the 1/4 second advice. Now I am armed for my next waterfall. This one of yours is an absolute beauty. Florida has ALL the birds. I did not have the impression it had great falls as well. Water is perfect, but the mosses and greenery are a fine mix as well. TG

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NDODS 7 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
3 Sep 2012 5:37AM
An extremely well exposed photograph, which allows the viewer to admire the movement and feeling of the cascading water without it being destroyed in milky madness.

Regards Nathan
great looking water foll love it.GrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
tonyguitar 6 65 37 Canada
30 Sep 2012 7:34PM
Deserves many more votes. TG

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