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A junction of footpaths. 1/60 sec at f8, ISO800.  200mm focal length.

ęStephen Dee

ID 2006-08-19-12943

The weir at Abingdon Lock on the River Thames.  A typical photo taken at a speed to freeze the movement of the water:  1/1000 sec at f8, ISO 800.  18mm focal length.

ęStephen Dee

ID 2006-08-20-13132

By use of slower shutter speed the water movement becomes blurred and almost looks like an "oil painting".  Shutter speed 1/30 sec at f22, ISO 200.  18mm focal length.

ęStephen Dee

ID 2006-08-20-13130

The weir at Abingdon Lock on the River Thames.  A typical photo taken at a speed to freeze the movement of the water:  1/500 sec at f8, ISO 800.  26mm focal length.

ęStephen Dee

ID 2006-08-20-13133

By use of slower shutter speed the water movement becomes blurred and almost looks like an "oil painting".  Shutter speed 1/13 sec at f29, ISO 200.  31mm focal length

ęStephen Dee

ID 2006-08-20-13135

Another view of the weir at Abingdon Lock on the River Thames.  A typical photo taken at a speed to freeze the movement of the water:  1/400 sec at f8, ISO800. 22mm focal lenght

ęStephen Dee

ID 2006-08-20-13212

By use of slower shutter speed the water movement becomes blurred and almost looks like an "oil painting".  Shutter speed 1/25 sec at f16, ISO200. 22mm focal length

ęStephen Dee

ID 2006-08-20-13214

 

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