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Slow Speed di Coban Pelangi

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Just a dummy photo-works. A slow-speed photograph just taken by a Lenskit and Circular Polarizer Filter 😀 . So the effect of water is not optimal. We could use ND Filter to make the effect look better. The function of ND Filter is reducing the lights that come into camera sensor. To get a good picture of slow-speed, the “white” of the water must still control and not over-exposure. The others must too, it can’t be over-exposure or under-exposure.

Taken with Canon EOS 1000D + Lenskit 18-55mm

Lokasi : Coban Pelangi, Malang

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Written by Dimas A. Nugroho

October 18, 2010 at 11:46 am

Coban Pelangi part III

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Tempat yang tidak ada habisnya. Meskipun sudah tiga kali mengunjungi Coban Pelangi, saya tidak bosan. Setelah dua kali kesana untuk mengabadikan air terjun, kali ini mencoba mengambil slow speed dengan alat seadanya 😀 (hanya berbekal filter CPL).

NB: kalau ke mengunjungi Coban Pelangi dan tidak ingin berbasah-basah harap membawa payung.

Taken with Canon EOS 1000D + Lenskit 18-55mm

Lokasi : Coban Pelangi, Malang

Written by Dimas A. Nugroho

October 17, 2010 at 11:42 am

ROL Breakfast

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First time daily photography go to Coban Pelangi Waterfall, we didn’t get good waterfall photography. But we got some picture that show ROL. It’s amazing.

taken with Canon EOS 1000D + Lenskit 18-55mm

Written by Dimas A. Nugroho

January 15, 2010 at 10:59 am

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Coban Pelangi | Rainbow Waterfall

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Coban Pelangi is one of the waterfalls are located in Malang Regency. Located in the Poncokusumo, Malang. When we would go to Mount Bromo, or Semeru, we must clear Customs in this waterfall.

This waterfall is very beautiful with a height of approximately 10 meters. Water that falls with the height of a wind and the dew that when exposed to sunlight will reveal a rainbow. That’s why the waterfall is called Coban Pelangi waterfall.

Taken with Canon EOS 1000D + Lenskit 18-55mm

Written by Dimas A. Nugroho

January 7, 2010 at 4:24 pm