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New on 500px : Deer Falls by maximilienrastello by maximilienrastello

Deer Falls:
Waterfalls along the Cervo River in Deer Valley. via Tumblr http://ift.tt/1MFL26Y
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New on 500px : Deer Falls by maximilienrastello by maximilienrastello

Deer Falls:
Waterfalls along the Cervo River in Deer Valley. via Tumblr http://ift.tt/1MFL26Y
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New on 500px : Yoho National Park, BC. by lucaspickett by lucaspickett

A hidden spot found whilst wandering aimlessly via Tumblr http://ift.tt/1Qqempq
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New on 500px : Hidden Colors by bakikaracay by bakikaracay

Another shot of Kursunlu waterfall, magical corner of earth …
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New on 500px : Emerald Wilderness by bakikaracay by bakikaracay

In that magical corner of earth …
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New on 500px : Two Leaves by bakikaracay by bakikaracay

I told about my practice of focus stacking in my previous share of waterfall photo. Here is a few photography tips to follow: If you would like to work on focus stacking, you first need a very very steady tripod. Make sure your lens are set to manual focus and also turn off the Vibration Reduction /or Image Stabilizer. Then, switch your camera into Live-View mode. It makes precision so easy. Use your playback zoom button to zoom into the spot of your selection. After seeing the subject closely in this way now focus on the spot by using the manual focus ring of your lens. If you set your focus, now remember that pressing the shutter button by hand will create a shake, so use your camera’s timer or remote control to shoot your frame. I would also recommend you to turn on the mirror lock on your camera to avoid any possible shake caused by mirror. via Tumblr http://bit.ly/1XQ1TQ6
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New on 500px : Tidal pool by rosmo01 by rosmo01

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Calm seas, but this tidal pool was like a static mirror. No motion at all. This beach is utterly unprotected during storms, and the trees behind mee are deformed by the constant wind.

The last days have been so calm, that even the ocean was without any swells. The clouds also were almost stationary. A wonderful day, but cold. First snow just fell, and is seen in the foreground to the right, and far left. Behind me, out of reach from the tide, everything is white. via Tumblr http://ift.tt/1PLPN64