Sunday, November 8, 2009

Moving Water





We have had fair weather as of late and I have gotten out so I will have pictures to share. Just this weekend, I knelt in the snow for a picture. I was cold and wet but wait until you see the picture I captured. I am reminded by a good friend to "get out of your comfort zone!" and the results looked very good. Thanks Paul. These pictures were taken in Farmington canyon just off the side of the road. I had changed my white balance earlier and when I started to shoot I had taken 10 to 12 pictures before I realized I didn't change my white balance back to normal setting. I just hate it when I do that, don't you? D200, Sigma 18-50 f/2.8 lens, and one very good tripod with wet feet.

5 comments:

Marka said...

Excellent stream photos! I'm always found long-exposure photos to be interesting.

holdingmoments said...

Excellent shots David.

I frequently forget to change back my settings. Very annoying lol

Paula Werner Severo said...

very beautiful!... great shot!

The Wanna Be Photographer said...

Those are very nice! You could turn them into a nice motivational poster.

Yes...I do hate the whole white balance mishap. Thank goodness for raw files. I also hate when you realize your ISO is really high and the fact that you're getting lighting fast shutter speeds when you don;t have that much light doesn't seem to register...duh!

Christine Heslop said...

Love these! They are gorgeous. The fall weather always makes wonderful pictures.