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  1. I made this exposure on my second visit to this hidden waterfall on the island of Jamaica.

    © kreygscott

  2. I had the opportunity to visit the YS Falls in Jamaica recently. If I only had one word to describe them I would say 'Magnificent!' Anyone else been there??? see YS Falls in Jamaica
  3. From the album: ND Filter Question

    Got myself a new B+W ND Filter. I never had a chance to use it till today. I went and tried to find any running water and came up with this lol I had my camera on a tripod, with a cable release and it still came out blurry! What did I do wrong? This image isn't for stock, but I want to learn how to take those amazing water pics like I see some of you have! Beautiful <3 Setting are F8, 40mm, 2 seconds and ISO 100 I'm using a Canon 6D with a 24-105L lens. Any help is much appreciated :)
  4. Waterfall near Peles Castle.

    © Mocuta Sorin

  5. From the album: Landscape

    In Ban Gioc waterfall, Cao Bang, Viet Nam.
  6. From the album: Landscape

    Morning in Ban Gioc waterfall, Cao Bang, Viet Nam.
  7. This is a photo I took of Munising Falls located in the UP of Michigan in the town of Munising, Michigan. This photo took a lot of practice because the sun was bleeding through the trees on the left, but the waterfall on the right was dark, so finding the right balance was very tricky. I wanted to use a longer exposure to create that silky smooth look on the waterfall. Here is the settings I used: F/16, 1/4s, ISO 100, shade (WB) Camera used: Canon 7D Mark II Lens used: Canon 18-55 STM IS lens
  8. Oxrafoss, a very picturesque waterfall at the Thingvellir National Park in Iceland. The water pours off of the North American tectonic plate into a rift valley separating it from the Eurasian Plate.

    © Mark Godden

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