Thanks. that's great that you have a lot of waterfalls. Here in Florida there aren't any natural waterfalls. This picture and my other waterfall picture is of man made waterfalls that are pretty small. Taking the shot is pretty easy. Just throw the camera on a tripod and set a longish shutter speed. This was 2.5 seconds long but you could go for a lot longer if you try a larger f-stop number or get a nd filter. They are a lot of fun too. That's what I'm experimenting with now. Let me know if you have any more questions.
none whatsoever. i used the popart filter built in to the Olympus PEN E-PL1. I couldn't find anything that could be enhanced with this image so I loaded it up in CS5 and threw my watermark on it, then uploaded it.
I have 20+ yrs experience to include photo journalism and i started when i was 15. I will predict that if you keep at it, your art will go far...as far as you want it to go, possibly even in the saturated market of commercial photography. But as long as you do it because you love it...it is all that matters in the end.
Wo Tabitha that is an amazing photo. I just got the Olympus E-PL1 myself and learning all it's perks. Can I ask if you don't mind what settings you used to take that photo? ISO? f-stop? Shutter speed? Thank you in advance.
thanks i have a lot of new pictures i'm just not sure if they're deviantart worthy. that and they're all on like ten dif. cds because i had to get my computer reset. (i didn't help any). i'm working on getting all of the 47gb's of pictures back on here......