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    Jeram Toi Waterfall

    Recently I took my family together with my sister's family to Jeram Toi for a picnic. Jeram Toi is located between Seremban and Kuala Klawang, Jelebu. It is about 30km from Seremban. The waterfall is beautiful - there are 4 tiers of falls and luckily the weather was also fine that day.

    I am pleased to share the pictures here. C&C are welcome


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    Good and beautiful pictures. I like all of them. With such low shutter speed, you were probably using a tripod. It does make the water looks nice.

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    Thanks Chua for your comment. Yes I did use tripod to hold the camera steady so that I blurry parrt only for the moving object while the still object will remain frozen such as rocks and trees. And I also used small aperture to get front-to-back sharpness.

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    Very sharp photos and the angles are good

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    Thanks Naka for the favourable comment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zain
    Thanks Naka for the favourable comment.
    Please pardon me for asking a silly question.

    Please tell me why the moving water looks more like cloud or fog or ice.

    Is there anyway you can make it look more like flowing water?

    Thanks.

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    The foggy or cotton-look for the water is normally preferred to capture its movement and I guess it looks more beautiful. After all to totally freeze the movement is not possible since the waterfall area is normally not brightly lit and shallow depth of field will result if you choose high shutter speed to freeze the movement. And if higher ISO is opted the image quality would be compromised. But that's my personal opinion and personal preference. Maybe other photogs here would like to add.

    Don't worry no question is silly as it is part of the learning process
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    I like #5 & #6.

    Would like to try taking similar shot the next time I visit a waterfall. Thx for the tips. That would help us amateur to learn how to get similar result!

    Must remember to bring my tripod along. I never like lugging one around, it's so heavy and not often that I use it. Zain, would you care to share more of your photos where a tripod was used? I know many use it for night scenes. How about day scenes?

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