Foto Friday - Sabbaday Falls
This shot was taken at Sabbaday Falls on the Kancamagus Highway in New Hampshire. It is a short walk from the Parking lot to the falls, and well worth the effort to go see it.
For the Technology Geeks, the major goal here is to slow down your exposure time to get the falls to like more like a ribbon than freezing the motion of the water. This is easily accomplished with using a Neutral Density (6 stop ND) filter in front of your lens. This is a dark piece of glass that allows less light to get through, thus slowing down you shutter speed. This shot was taken at F14, 0.25s, ISO 100, at 17mm (16-35MM Lens) on a tripod.
Hope you enjoy!