Re: Not sure....
I can see your dilemma. I'll tell you what though, if your're going to have an obsession I can't think of a better one.
Again, your photos are stunning.
I'm just in the beginning stage of learning how to take photos of flowing water on long exposures. Heck, just last weekend I used the manual setting on my camera for the first time, so I think that shows you where I am on the learning curve.
I find it interesting that you dropped the hint that taking photos like yours has a short, low-light window of opportunity each day. That's great advice. The reason I say this is because I took my first long exposure stream shots last weekend on a cloudy day, but it was still fairly bright out. With my camera, a Nikon 1 V2, the longest exposure I could get without total over-exposure was 2" at f-16. Part of this could be that my camera/lens has limitations or/and that I don't know how to do it yet. However, with that said I will now try it out sometime right at daybreak. It will be tough to do because I'm usually reeling in wild trout at that time.
Would I be correct to assume that there's a short window of opportunity at dusk as well as at daybreak? If so, is it as good as the window at daybreak?
Do you care to share what lens you used for those photos?
Thanks for your help.