Raymondskill Falls

This last weekend, my wife and I ended up hiking to numerous falls around the Delaware Water Gap.  We had a great time, and I got to play with my new Cokin neutral density filters.  While I’m not quite done sorting all the images, this one stood out as one of my favorites.

NIKON D200 @ 31mm — 1.3 sec, ƒ/16, ISO 100 | zoom in
Raymondskill Falls

For those who aren’t familiar with neutral density filters, Wikipedia has a pretty decent explanation.  Essentially, the filter allows the shutter speed to be slowed down so even on sunny days, motion blur can be achieved — a must for waterfall photography!  I’m still learning exactly how to use them and under what circumstances they work out the best, but this seems to give the desired affect!

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