Thanks for that, I have been wanting to try the long exposure on a fall for a while, but think it needs to be done with care, I took many shots at different speeds to try to get a nice effect without overdoing it, I picked what I thought was best, but I still don't think it was "nailed," I know people like both so thought I would oblige with one of each.
That really does look tranquil, not a ripple, I don't know about flat as a mill pond, that's more like a mirror.
Shot in the early evening at Aldeburgh, England. 40mm pancake.
Many thanks. I like your pictures of the waterfalls. I think the slow shutter speed on moving water is so over done nowadays I found the 'stopped' water quite refreshing ! So my vote would be on those.
7DII+Grip, 7D+Grip, 40D+Grip, 5D+Grip, EF 24-105 f4L EF-S 17-85, EF-S 10-22, EF 70-200 f2.8 L IS II, EF 2x III, EF 100-400 f/4.5-5.6l IS II, Σ17-70 f2.8-4 C, EF 50mm f1.8, 550EX, Triopo TR-985, Filters Remotes Macro tubes Tripod heads etc!
5D, 20D, 24-105, BG-E4, BG-E2N, 17-85, Nifty 50 pre owned.