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Rainbow Falls

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Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Rainbow Falls. First ANPAT 2001
· Date: Thu 6-May-2004 · Views: 8559 · Filesize: 54.1KB · Dimensions: 691 x 451 ·
Keywords: ANPAT falls
Camera: Nikon F5 on Manfrotto 440 tripod
Lens & Filters: 80-200mm f/2.8D ED-IF AF-S Zoom Nikkor, L37C filter
ISO: Konica Impresa 50
Aperture: f/22
Shutter speed: 8 seconds, RGB 3D Matrix Metering
Location: Great Smoky Mountains National Park, North Carolina
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jrp

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Thu 14-March-2019 03:13

Thank you editors. That was my first waterfall ever, made at our first ANPAT, with an F5 and the 80-200mm f/2.8D AF-S
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Thu 14-March-2019 04:49

Great Image JRP!
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Thu 14-March-2019 10:56

Such nice contrasts with black and white adorned with green. Cool effect with slow shutter speed.
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Thu 14-March-2019 01:48

Nicely done, JRP.
Gaduf


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Thu 14-March-2019 01:57

Congratulations JRP
Regards
Gavin
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Thu 14-March-2019 08:27

Thank you all.
That was my first time at a National Park in the US and the reason we made it a yearly tradition.
JCB2


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Sun 17-March-2019 12:37

Very nice ! usualy I don't like photo with ater nd and slow speed . Perhaps it seems too artificial. But in your case is it ice ? branches of a tree ? Your photo generates dream. Well done
JCB2


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Sun 17-March-2019 12:38

(photo with water and slow speed)