Water overflow (slow shutter)

The same overflow pipe at the rear end of Norman Hill reservoir, again shot handheld on a Canon 30d, with an EF 35-70mm f/3.5-4.5 lens without an image stabiliser. This second picture of the water’s flow has been snapped at some of the camera’s slower settings in the hope of ‘blurring’ the tumbling liquid. This time the camera was set at ISO 100, EV-0.3 and an exposure time of 1/8 of a second, the lens was set at one of its slowest aperture stops – f/18 – and once more left wide open at 35mm.


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