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Love the flow of the water! The model ain't too shabby either.
magick. ( water nymph for sure ! )
Luv the water flow effect, an her graceful fluid body!
Nice shot! Love the slow shutter speed.
Outstanding natural balance.
Stunning photography and model too! - Phil
^_^ x 100! Was the water naturally that green, or did you 'help' it a little?
poor river !
Truly an inspirational piece of work with stunning combinations. More please...
For me, one of the very best photos I have ever seen
she's remained steady for a rather long time... amazing final effect !
Belle image ! Bon travail ! Félicitations !
I love how the long-exposure makes the water look like it is painted.
beautiful! I love the motion in the water and her striking pose! Nice gallery!
Your technique is amazing, definitely one of the best long-exposure portraits I've ever seen. Brilliant work!
The silken curves of the water compliment the model's silken curves
Very interesting juxtaposition.
How did you get her to sit still for so long??
uhhh, we took at least 30 Pictures to get one without movement of the model
Awesome shot!!! What level of ND are you using for this? Or is it just a combination of the ISO and Fstop? Now I wanna go play by the water... thanks alot!
haven't had a ND with me, so i had to fix it with low ISO and Fstop
Excellent use of shutter speed control to keep the model sharp and turn the rushing water to an ethereal mass. Thank you for sharing this image with us.
gorgeous i love it
Simply amazing photograph! Lovely model too. Thanks for sharing...
Thats pure class right there. What I love is the still model and the full movement of the water, what a stunning contrast.
Amazing photo. Perfect!
wow... exhilarating... incredible...!
Great shot but why name this pic after an eye disease?
Great shot with a very slow time and a very quiet model
Now thats a mix I havent seen before. Actually this is a bit disorienting.
good skills to select and edit the water like that without effecting the model in the foreground.
Impressive effect, was there any modification or was this hinging on your model being able to hold still enough?