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NIKON CORPORATION
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NIKON D700
Shutter Speed
25/10 second
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F/11.0
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24 mm
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200
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Feb 1, 2011, 5:15:16 PM
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Icy Artwork by StefanHefele Icy Artwork by StefanHefele
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Icy Artworkby StefanHefele

Photography / Animals, Plants & Nature / Landscapes©2011-2014 StefanHefele
It was a bit of a risk to handle this wonderful perspective. Because I had to put the tripod in front of the waterfall into the rushing water -> Out of my reach... and everything was just cold as ice!
No Risk No Fun - The effort was worth it.

For more Photos and Fine Art Prints visit my website on www.artwork-pictures.de [link]

All images are copyright by Stefan Hefele - Artwork Pictures. You may NOT use, manipulate, replicate, or modify this image without my written permission. All Rights Reserved.
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:iconwnaturalism:
Charming work!!!
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faroegirl Aug 19, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
this is really beautiful :3
love the colors in the picture :D
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NiraSix Apr 21, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for the effort, it's really amazing! Totally worth it ;)
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StefanHefele Apr 22, 2012  Professional Photographer
Thank you very much! Its nearly always worth the effort ;-)
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NoamCahan Jan 14, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Breathtaking photo! The water looks amazing (and really cold)!
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StefanHefele Jan 15, 2012  Professional Photographer
Thank you. Yes, especially the icy ground was risky :-)
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Nils-Iver Apr 8, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
ive always wondered, how you do the blurry stream effect? :P
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StefanHefele Apr 8, 2011  Professional Photographer
A long exposure time is the secret. Between 1 second and few minutes everything is possible...
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Nils-Iver Apr 8, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
but that lets in too much ligthening, where to find the balance?
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StefanHefele Apr 8, 2011  Professional Photographer
you need a ND -> Neutral Density Filter. There are different variations between 1 Stop up to 10 Stop Filters.
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