This is a cracking picture. I am new to this game and am trying to capture running water as you have. How is this acheived?
I have posted a couple of pictures.
I can't remember the settings I used, as it was taken nearly 30 years ago with my Pentax KX camera as a slide but must have been on quite a long exposure. I don't think I climbed down to take it with a tripod. So it must have been around 1/30th sec.or so to get the movement it the water. It is one of the only photos I have ever had framed.
Thank you for your comment.
It's nice to know that in some places nature remains unspoiled . . . . . .
Thank you bmwand12,
I would dearly like to think this special waterfall is in the same condition as was when photographed all those years ago. Some day I would like to revisit and make sure.
It is indeed in much the same condition but its on private land now, someone bought the Castle so its a bit awkward to get below the falls, I sneaked down the steep slippery eastern side to get some nice pictures earlier this year.
Lots of pretty greenery in this shot. This is a beautiful picture!
here is a link to some recent shots, I had a few problems with the way my camera handles the light but some came out ok with a few tweaks in paintshop pro.
Edinample Falls 1
Edinample Falls 2
Im hoping to sneak down there again for some autumn shots.
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Photo taken in Stirling, UK
Misplaced? Suggest new location