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Slow Shutter: Gooseberry Falls, Northern Minnesota

Discussion in 'Landscape' started by Dan Bailey, Nov 13, 2017.

  1. Dan Bailey

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    Last month, I did a cycling trip down the north shore of Minnesota. Heavy rains right before we got there made for exceptionally swollen rivers. Here's my favorite shot from the week, a view of Gooserbery Falls, made with the X-T2 and XF18mm lens, using a Hoya 10-stop SOLAS ND filter.
     
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    Beautiful colours and love the water as the top looks like a toffee colour and like the colours in the trees.
     
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    Very nice .. thanks for sharing.
     
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    Surreal.
    It almost looks like Guinness flowing, I would go swimming in it
     
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    Another great shot Dan. Good to see you using the 18, I just love mine, a very underrated lens I think.

    Cheers, Peter
     
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    I would love to see it with a 1/4 second exposure time to show the power and movement in the water.. Do you have any other versions?
     
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    Thanks Peter. The 18 is a great little lens, with the key word being "Little." As much as I love the 14, when I'm going ultralight with gear, the 18 often wins out.

    Richard, that photo above is 8 seconds. The shortest I have from this scene is 6 seconds, but it looks very much the same as the 8.

    Hahaha!! I suddenly see Gooseberry Falls in a whole new light...
     

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