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Fast Moving Water?

Discussion in 'Through-the-Lens Club' started by Sulaco, Oct 22, 2004.

  1. Sulaco

    Sulaco Guest

    I am going waterfall hunting this weekend and need to brush up on my motion capture skills. I have a Canon PowerShot A60 which gives me control of white balance, ISO, exposure, F-stop, etc. I also have some "pre-set" modes I can make use of. What is the best setup for lowlight or overcast captures of fast moving streams and waterfalls?
     
  2. Guest

    Do you want the water to be be stopped or do you want the water to flow in your picture?

    If you want to stop the action, use a faster shutter speed.

    If you want the water to flow, use a tripod and a slower shutter speed.
     


  3. Ducman

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  4. Sulaco

    Sulaco Guest

    Here are two pictures I took on the trip. The first is Brasstown Falls in upstate SC and the 2nd is Yellowbranch Falls also in upstate SC.

    Thanks for the tips!

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  5. Hatton7

    Hatton7 GLOCK FAN

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    Sulaco - what kind of camera do you have?
     
  6. Sulaco

    Sulaco Guest

    I have a Canon PowerShot A60. I love it. If this thing would accept filters, I would be in hog heaven.
     
  7. Hatton7

    Hatton7 GLOCK FAN

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    I was looking for digital camera for hiking and selling things online. I will have to look for that cannon.