Experiments With Water. July 11, 2011Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature.
Tags: Canon 5D, noise reduction, Tannery Falls, tilt-shift photography
Actually, experiments with absurd camera settings, mostly because I can. 😉
Here’s another shot of Tannery Falls, taken at last light, but still with a shutter speed of 1/250th of a second:
I didn’t want the water to be a silky sheet, but rather to retain some of its inherent “splashiness.” (Holy cow, spell-check swallowed that one! ) I got this image by booting the ISO up to a totally ridiculous 28,600 and begging my Canon 5D’s in-camera noise reduction to save me from my impetuousness. It’s certainly not a “keeper” shot, but it was fun to experiment.
Here’s another way to go, ISO 100 with a long exposure, and Elliot tilted 1.5 degrees to lay down a plane, and converted to black and white (’cause it’s art, you know):
I’m getting a little discouraged by WordPress’ rendition of these photos; the original is really crisp, and a lot of my stuff gets lost in translation.
But hey, I’m whining, so it must be past my bedtime. 😉