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Saturday 6 July 2013

Capturing the Waterfall ( Fast and Slow Shutter Speed ) ~ Mahabaleshwar for Saturday Snapshot

This week for Saturday Snapshot I am sharing pictures of a waterfall, from our recent trip to Mahabaleshwar, a small hill station in the state of Maharashtra, India

I was trying to play with different shutter speeds and loved how the camera took two different pictures of the same thing!

Mahabaleshwer Waterfall shot on fast shutter speed thereby freezing the motion of water
Fast shutter speed froze the motion of the water
Mahabaleshwer Waterfall shot on slow shutter speed thereby smoothening the motion of water
Slow shutter speed giving a smooth texture to the falling water
Enjoy the pictures for now and I will catch up with you later, with more pictures and details.

Saturday Snapshot is the brainchild by Alyce of At Home With Books. It is currently being hosted by Melinda of West Metro Mummy Reads. It’s easy to participate – just post a picture that was taken by you, a friend, or a family member and add your link on Melinda's site.

1 comment:

  1. Hi,
    Great Blog,
    I like the way you written the post.
    You written very nice information on Hill stations,
    It will very useful for new traveler.Images are very clean and easy to optimize. I like to visit Mahabaleshwar hill station.
    Thanks for sharing such a nice blog...


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