Greetings Pepe and Mohammed, Thanks for visiting one of the many waterfalls in the park. They are all so pretty and fun to take pictures of.
Mohammed - sorry I missed your comment and I am so late in responding. Than you so much for visiting. I value our correspondence :-)
Pepe - Thanks again. I try to use a small tri pod so I can get a longer exposure to smooth the water.
Thanks again, I am glad you like the results.
No problem Richard, I have just iscovered that I missed one of you comments.
Welcome back. Hope you are getting a short break to relax from your studies.
Very good. SuperCiao noè
Greetings Noe, Thanks for visiting one of the beautiful water falls in Rocky Mountain National Park and commenting. Every brook and stream has many drops hidden along its course. All we have to do is look.
Dear Richard Ryer,
Amazing view of Rocky Mountain falls, I like that.
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Greetings Kaikobad, Thanks so much for visiting and your wonderful comment. I am glad you like the little waterfall. The park is full of them. It is a joy to walk along the little streams to listen and see the drops.
What for a nice picture of this little waterfall/river. You captured it with the right exposure time. Thank you for your kind comments. I created my stars picture with Photoshop CS3, 50 layers, layer mode lighten, then one layer after this I processed so long until I thought it was ok.
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Greetings DT, Thanks for visiting and the wonderful comment. There are little water fall pictures everywhere in the park. Early morning and a tripod is all you need. Thanks for the CS3 tip. I am using Photoshop 5.0 so I am a bit behind the times ;-)). I am off to see what else you captured today!
I love this waterfall Richard. You did very good on this one. I'm still trying to get my photos to look like this (I've been getting some good advice so maybe I will get there.) I am more used to shooting macros so scenic photography is a new adventure for me......Regards......Becky
Greetings Becky, Tripod, tripod, tripod (or a well placed rock). Use the timer too. Really close down the f-stop to decrease the shutter speed, or shoot in low light. It doesn't take long to get the motion effect. For each subject use many different shutter speeds then pick the one you like best. I am sure you will have great success. Thanks for your visit and very kind comments.
Rich, I'll take the well placed rock, a tripod can get a little heavy during a hike. This is beautifully captured, very dreamy and ethereal. You could fill a book with all your waterfall pictures - a nice coffee table kind of book. Best regards, susan
Greetings Susan, Thanks for the visit and comments. The tripod is a burden most days. I am working on getting a light carbon fiber model. That should help out the pack weight a little. I think we are making coffee table books for Christmas this year. Good idea.
¡Hermosa caida de agua!
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Las Cataratas del Iguazú son el espectáculo natural mas maravilloso que he visto en mi vida. Las he visitado 13 veces y el año próximo volveré
Un saludo, Chaydeé.
Greetings Chaydee, My waterfall is tiny compared to yours. Cheers, Rich
das zu sehen, muß wunderbar sein, wunderbar, like
Ich wünsche dir und deiner Familie einen Guten Rutsch ins Neue Jahr 2012.
Ein kleiner Blumenstrauß für dich !
Liebe Grüße sendet bayernengel aus Deutschland!
Greetings B, Thanks for the visits and wonderful comments. Have a Happy New Year in 2012. Cheers, Rich
Nice little waterfall, well done, LIKE and FAVORITE, I'm adding you to my favorite list of photographers
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