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|Another shot of Bass Creek outside of Florence in the Bitterroot Mountains. The water is coming at full power during spring runoff and it is especially large this season with an above average snow pack. A shutter speed of 1/3 of a second was used to show movement in the water.|
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I find that the composition of this shot is much stronger than your previous post. Well exposed, with excellent contrast revealing some nice details in the shadow area. Nice, well saturated colors, naturel and real looking. Good understanding of the slow shutter speed, to get the "water effect", tho I'm favor a more "frozen" approach, but this is only a matter of taste, not a mistake, as it's understood...Keep up the good work.
- [2011-05-31 4:13]
The ultra low shutter speed gave this nice milky color to the water ! Very good!