Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Tremont Along The River

This is a shot I made during my photography class this past weekend. In order to capture an image like this you must use a very small lens opening which in turn requires a very slow shutter speed. The small f-stop gives the subject enough depth of field to keep the reflections and rocks in focus. The slow shutter speed shows the motion of the water. Tech Info :  200mm Len  f-32 at 1 sec. 200 ISO and yes I used a tripod.

1 comment:

Randy Small said...

awesome! I love the contrast of the still trees reflected in the pool vs. the rushing water.

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