Photo(s) Of The Day “Small Waterfall”

Small Waterfall

….if you can even call it that.  This was more like a trickle of water over some rocks.  But regardless, a sweet look of glassy water falling over rocks and moss.  This is a perfect example of changing the proportion of your subject just by getting closer to it.  In reality, the “waterfall” was only maybe two feet tall.  But getting close to it, even with a wide angle lens, makes it seem much more substantial.  These four shots vary in ƒ number between 9.5 & 11 and also vary in exposure time from 8 seconds to 30 seconds.  All images shot at ISO100 with my Sigma 10-20mm wide angle lens.


~ by Blake's Photography Solutions on January 4, 2011.

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