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Little FallsSteamboat CreekDouglas County, Oregon
Canon 60D22mmf91/15 second shutter100 ISOHoya ND8
little falls, steamboat creek, douglas county, oregon, waterfall, waterscape, long exposure
wonderful work Michael! lucky you can use filters, I got to hide behind rocks, since my bridge cam doesn’t take any, lol…just wonderfully done!
Thank you, Angelika. There might be something out there that you can use to block out some ambient light. You would more than likely still have to hold the thing in front of your lens. Something like one of the slide filters. I can’t even imagine shooting without filters. I’ve been using them since I first got my SLR.
I believe you, I probably should have gotten dslr, but now have to use what I got, and my cap hat, the camera has ND built in it, so that helps a bit. Sun with it’s flares and strength lately is a skill to master for sure. ;)
I’ve never heard of a camera having a built in ND filter. That’s pretty cool. I’m sure you get plenty of sun over there. I really haven’t noticed any changes with the sun here in the Northwest.
Such a beautiful scene – Love it xx
Thank you, Gail.