Slow Speed Exposure of the Great Falls

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B&W, Photography

I have recently upgraded my Olympus OM-E-M1 Mark II camera to Mark III. One unique feature I like is the built-in Neutral Density feature, up to ND32 (5EV). It allows me to shoot the slow speed exposure under the bright daylight without being over exposure. I took it out to the Great Falls recently for testing by setting exposure time from one half to one second with f stop of 22. The results were pretty satisfied (for me). Here are some of the images I got.

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A retired professional engineer, nature lover and avid photographer

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