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    Niagara Falls

    I havent posted (or shot anything) in awhile. I think I got some motivation back now. We did a quick honeymoon trip to Niagara Falls, while we were there I decided to play around with my 10 stop ND filter. I dont remember exactly but this is somewhere around a 30sec exposure....

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    Just realized that I never posted the wide angle shot from here....

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    Wow!!! Those are both awesome shots.... the first one is great, you got it at slow speed and its really sharp!! Did you use a pod? How did you get so high above it? is there some sort of walkway or over look? I have never been there but man, these are great!!!
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    Like Zacker said, both are awesome, these are real postcard material. Just a beautiful job on both.
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    Thanks guys!
    Yeah I used my tripod and they are from a big tower they have up there, like a space needle type tower with a restaurant. They charge $11 just to go up but I think it was worth it. I almost didn't even try the slow shutter because I wasn't sure if it was stable enough up there, you know how those things sway slightly.

    Pic of tower...



    Another...



    And here is a shot of the set up that my wife took in the reflection of the glass. Hard to tell in the pic but I had to stick one leg of the tripod out through the fence and onto the ledge so I could get the camera close enough to not get the fence in the shot.

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    wow, another two awesome shots... love the light rays... how'd you get that?? Was there mist or fog?

    Nice set up...lol at least they are nice enough to use big fencing so you can stick your lens through.
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    Thanks Craig. The first shot was pouring rain. the second was just a light mist.

    Haha, I thought that was nice of them too.
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