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Tahquamenon Falls by Chintsala

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I searched the internet for a really long exposure of Michigan’s Tahquamenon Falls but couldn’t find one. So I figured that my first real shot with my new 10 stop filter would be of this amazing falls. This is a blend of 3 long exposure shots. The first one was 4 minutes, the correctly exposed one was 5 minutes and the bright one was 6 minutes.
Black and white to come soon.
Canon xsi
B+W nd 1000
B+W CPL

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national, park, forest, exposure, falls, river, print, chris, sale, stream, wildlife, fall, wilderness, brook, quality, christopher, state, waterway, federal, nd, preserve, 1000, tahquamenon, tributary, hintsala, water, nd3 0, nd100, waterfall, 3 0, way, long

Comments

  • Stephen  Van Tuyl
    Stephen Van Tuylover 4 years ago

    Excellent work!

  • Thank you very much. I just uploaded the black and blue conversion of this shot.

    – Chintsala

  • John  De Bord Photography
    John De Bord ...over 4 years ago

    I really like this shot, the color is striking

  • Thanks John. Little better received over here.

    – Chintsala

  • Donovan wilson
    Donovan wilsonover 4 years ago

    i love it and wish it was mine. Ha Ha well done..

  • Lol thanks. Glad you like it.

    – Chintsala

  • seawhisper
    seawhisperover 4 years ago

    Oooh majestic! Goes right to my favs! :)

  • I really appreciate that.

    – Chintsala

  • Rafferty-Evans
    Rafferty-Evansover 4 years ago

    Awesome exposure work

  • Thank you. I can already tell im really going to like this new filter.

    – Chintsala

  • Derek Fogg
    Derek Foggover 4 years ago

    Fabulous water movement with incredible colours on the waterfall

  • Thanks. This falls is also called root beer falls because of the tannin in the water.

    – Chintsala

  • Rosej
    Rosejover 4 years ago

    Awesome… A work of art.

  • I really appreciate that.

    – Chintsala

  • Kathy Nairn
    Kathy Nairnover 4 years ago

    This really deserves to be “SEEN.” National Geographic?

  • That would be like a dream come true. Honestly.

    – Chintsala

  • Lowell Smith
    Lowell Smithover 4 years ago

    excellent, and thanks for the description.

  • No problem. Hope it helps in some way.

    – Chintsala

  • solo75
    solo75over 4 years ago

    Beautiful shot Chris….like the swirls in the water

  • Thanks very much. Im happy with how those swirls turned out.

    – Chintsala

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