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  1. redshifted

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    FallLeafCaughtInSparklingCreekFlow.jpg

    XT2 and XF16-55mm at a local MetroPark yesterday.

    Thanks for looking,
    Ed
     
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    Ed

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    Very nice! I’ve never seen water look like that in a photo before. Usually it’s a 1-2 seconds exposure for more cottony look, but I really like what you did.
     
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    Thanks,

    This was 1/15 sec in direct sunlight. The specular highlights trail in the fast moving water. I've been using this approach for years when the light is too contrasty for traditional landscape photography approaches.

    Here's another recent more abstract version of this approach:
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