Running Water Shot with Canon’s G10

Here’s another abstract landscape shot with Canon’s Powershot G10 using its built-in 3-stop neutral density filter. Landscape photographers have long known the creative potential a neutral density filter can offer when shooting flowing water using a long exposure. Being able to take advantage of this in a point & shoot camera is somewhat unique and really sets the Canon G9, G10 & G11 apart from the competition.

Swirl - Guadalupe River, Texas

Swirl – Guadalupe River State Park, Texas
Copyright © 2009 Jeff Lynch Photography
Shot taken with a Canon Powershot G10 set on aperture priority (Av) and tripod-mounted. The exposure was taken at 30mm, f/8 for 1/2 second using the built-in neutral density filter at ISO 80 on Lexar Professional digital film. Post capture processing was done in Adobe’s Lightroom 2. Click on the image above for a larger version.

5 thoughts on “Running Water Shot with Canon’s G10

  1. Excellent image. We were chatting about G9, 10 and 11s at a workshop I attended this past weekend. It seemed all the “big guns” had a G-something in their back pocket.

  2. Excellent Jeff I really like the little kiss of light on the rock. I know I am sold on my G9 and find myself using it more and more. Your images really show what is possible with a little thought with one of these cameras.

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