02.25.2021 Hiding behind the veil

Fooling around with different exposure times for a contrast of textures.

About Steve Gingold

I am a Nature Photographer with interests in all things related. Water, flowers, insects and fungi are my main interests but I am happy to photograph wildlife and landscapes and all other of Nature's subjects.
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10 Responses to 02.25.2021 Hiding behind the veil

  1. Ann Mackay says:

    Beautiful – your icy pictures are really lovely. 🙂

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  2. Great image Steve! The moving water really makes the sharp ice stand out!

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  3. A sandwich of motion, still, motion.

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  4. Looks like you nailed it! I usually take several different exposures when going for silky water. That way I can look at them large and then decide which I like best. You probably do the same?

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    • Thanks, Denise! Yes, that is just what I do also. There is no one formula as I am sure you know. Flow, light, water’s depth, height of the cascade and its physical makeup all vary and determine the appearance. Most of my water images are captured in a wooded environment so ND’s are not necessary. I do use a circular polarizer but adjust its effect to taste…and even taste is experimental. 🙂


  5. Flippin’ ‘eck, Steve… you keep knocking them out. What a stunning frame. Your winter work is mesmerising. Well done, my friend! 😳🙏

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