In Motion: Moving Water, Long Exposure

Challenge #28 in the Ways of Seeing series. Hosted by jezsik.
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Exposures of several seconds can turn moving water into a blur. Longer exposures can create misty oceans or gossamer cascades. If you don't have the heavy neutral density filters to do this technique properly, you can overlay multiple exposures to achieve a similar effect.
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In the film days, we used to 'stack' images by making multiple exposures that would add up to one correct exposure. This worked well for moving water - giving a sort of 'angel-hair' look to the highlights.
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Submitted: Monday, 8th February, 2010 22:28 (GMT)
Taken: Monday, 8th February, 2010
Focal length: 180 mm
Shutter speed: 1/8 sec
Aperture: F32
ISO: 100
Notes: about 12 exposures of 1/8 second each
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