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Canon
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Canon EOS 300D DIGITAL
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25/10 second
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F/22.0
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18 mm
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100
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Oct 15, 2006, 3:51:29 PM
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a Rapid by jjuuhhaa a Rapid by jjuuhhaa
I took this picture today in Koiteli about 25 kms from Oulu.
I fell once on the slippery rocks, but my ninja skills helped me on my landing and nothing was broken (bones/camera) :meditate:
I added a warming filter in PS when photographing I used a circular polarizer and a Cokin P121.
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Juha M. Kinnunen Photography
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:iconlord-osis:
lord-osis Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2007
I think you must use your ninja skills on every picture you take. Where is the bulk fav button..?
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jjuuhhaa Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2007
All that stretching didn't go to waste :D
Thank you.
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:iconlord-osis:
lord-osis Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2007
Ninja skillz are always useful. :-)
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tiger-light Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2006
Is the water real or manipulated?
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jjuuhhaa Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2006
Real of course.
With a long shutter speed you get that kind of an effect :)
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tiger-light Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2006
Sorry ^^

I'm such a dunce when it comes to photography. I don't even know what s 'shutter speed' is. Let alone what a 'long' one does.
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jjuuhhaa Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2006
It's ok :D
It means how long the camera is open to capture the scene.
If the exposure (shutter speed) is long you get a lot more light into the camera and more movement ;)
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tiger-light Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2006
I see. Thanks and great work.

Wishes for a fantastic Chrsitmas time...
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ILoveSquirrels Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2006  Student Traditional Artist
I think that pictures like this are so cool but I can't find a river/stream by my house and I can't figure out how to lengthen my cameras shutter time so I can't take one myself
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jjuuhhaa Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2006
Thank you.
What kind of camera do you have?
You should check the manual perhaps ;)
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