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    Feel free to post your shots of waterfalls in your travels. Post the location as well as your settings so we can all learn from each other.

    Mackenzie Falls, Grampians






    1/6s, f22, ISO200, CPL
    Last edited by amts; 07-04-2012, 08:34 AM.
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    Ooooh, nice. My favorite subject...

    Love the deep blue sky. Did you use filters?


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    • #3
      I used a circular polariser. surprisingly, for the 1st time, there was no post processing.
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      • #4
        Good job, I love the CPL with clear blue sky's like this.


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        • #5
          Added CPL to the first post. Would love to get welding glass for a 10-stop light reduction to do ocean waves. If anyone has some with at least 80mm on one side, let me know
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          • #6
            These photo's are from my trip to the Kimberley coast. The technique was "point and shoot." Equipment used was a pocket digital camera. Editing software was whatever was on the camera to stitch the photo's into a landscape.

            King George Falls. This photo didn't turn out too well. The light was fading, the air was filled with spray, and the boat was rocking.


            Koolama Bay. The picture doesn't reflect how vibrant the colours actually are. Absolutely stunning place. Just watch out for crocs.


            Crocodile Creek. The shelter covers a barbeque area and is decorated by trinkets left by visitors.


            Crocodile Creek. Freshwater where we're swimming, salt water with crocs next step down.


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            • #7
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              Somersby Falls (near Gosford NSW) - Canon 60d with 15-85 IS USM lens using a ND8 filter to slow things down.

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              • #8
                Rule number one. Always take a tripod.

                Elebana Falls - Lamington National Park QLD




                Ellinjaa Falls (I think) near Millaa Millaa (North QLD)



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                • #9
                  Some really nice shots there guys... keep em coming
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                  • #10
                    A mini waterfall?

                    Really just commenting on the always take a tripod. Sometimes you can improvise. Saw this shot on a bushwalk in the Border Ranges NP. Wedged the camera (using the kirk bracket) and stood in the freezing water to hold things as still as possible. Happy with the outcome even if it did mean picking up something like 20 leeches in the process. And that led to arriving in Murwillumbah with one still attached so I just tore it off. The combination of the saturated sock/boot and the anticoagulant meant I walked into the Subway looking as though I had an encounter with an axe murderer.

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                    • #11
                      Well someone had to post Millaa Millaa Falls, taken with my Sony Cybershot.Click image for larger version

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                      • #12
                        Here's a few shots of National Falls, in the Royal National Park south of Sydney. Ironically it's only a couple of kilometres from the suburb of Waterfall!
                        Taken with a Canon Ixus 200.







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                        • #13
                          Ooops, just found the iPad is not good for uploading photos..
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                          • #14
                            Not as good as they should be I used the wrong camera for the first one and the second one was taken with the same camera as it's water proof. first one is Joffre falls and the second one was taken in Weano gorge,both Karijini national park.Click image for larger version

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                            • #15
                              http://www.flickr.com/photos/cboylen...in/photostream
                              Woolshed falls at Beechworth.
                              Balanced on a rock. 100ASA and max F stop to slow down to get flow effect.
                              woolshed falls 5446

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                              The creek we camped next to.
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