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Which water image?

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by Glenn Wolsey, Feb 12, 2006.

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    Glenn Wolsey

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    Which water images looks better here? The first two are taken with faster shutter speeds and the last with a 1/4 shutter speed.

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    kretzy

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    There doesn't seem to be any images. :confused: Is this some kind of prank?
     
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    Glenn Wolsey

    #3
    The image loads now :)
     
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    kretzy

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    They're great shots! NZ is really beautiful. I like the last image best, the effect of the water appearing to flow is awesome.
     
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    Glenn Wolsey

    #5
    Thanks, I wanted some advice on which one to include in my portfolio. I was leaning towards the third to but I wanted some extra help :)

    New Zealand is beautiful, I took these 10 minutes down the road from my house.
     
  6. macrumors regular

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    What kind of camera?
     
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    Benjamindaines

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    I'd say the third. How do you like Aperture?
     
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    Glenn Wolsey

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    *Cringes* Canon PowerShot A80... I want a Nikon D50.
     
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    Glenn Wolsey

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    Aperture is great, dont listen to the reviews, go out and try it yourself at an Apple Store. it makes everything so easy and is filled with helpful, timesaving features.

    I thought iPhoto was awesome and I didn't need anything else...until I tried Aperture. :)
     
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    Benjamindaines

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    I have it, I just like knowing peoples' opinions. Do you have any problems with RAW converting? Try this and convert the RAW files to DNGs.
     
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    Glenn Wolsey

    #11
    I cant shoot in RAW yet. Another reason for the D50..
     
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    Benjamindaines

    #12
    Ah, well for future reference :)
     
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    EGT

    #13
    Does Aperture manage photos different from iPhoto?

    No 3 (the end one) is best.
     
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    Clix Pix

    #14
    Number three. I have always loved that silky appearance that one can get with a slow shutter speed and flowing water. Number two would be my second choice.
     
  15. macrumors newbie

    #15
    one, two, three!?

    id say.. the third pic... it's better than the others...
    nice shot...

    ;)
     
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    Chaszmyr

    #16
    The third pic is the most traditional, but I kinda like the first one
     
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    bigbossbmb

    #17
    ditto
     
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    Abstract

    #18
    Me too.

    Any time anyone has a shot of moving water, the water looks like it does in the 3rd pic. I don't know why people like it so much, but I guess the 3rd one is a big hit in most people's opinions.
     
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    haiggy

    #19
    I like the first and the third one. The water in the second one doesn't look as nice.
     
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    Chip NoVaMac

    #20
    I vote for the slower shutter speed. Would love it even more, with an even lower shutter speed.
     
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    devilot

    #21
    Shrug. I really like the second (middle) one.
     
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    Glenn Wolsey

    #22
    I'll take a Tripod next time and try a 5 and 10 second shutter speed. This will look like a painting :D
     
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    neocell

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    So do I. I like the glassy bubbliness (sp?) of the water. Much better than either the 1st or the 3rd
     
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    devilot

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    I actually really do NOT like #1. And the 'silky' effect in picture 3 seems so cheesy. :eek: I imagine seeing it in a mall as one of those 'animated' framed pictures.
     
  25. macrumors regular

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    Though it doesn't have RAW ( :mad: ) the S80 is a GREAT camera. It's no dSLR, but it's reallly good.

    Also, I'd push the exposure down to 1/8 or 1/6 just to get the falls to be a bit more "creamy"
     
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