Fuji GW690iii + Fuji Neopan Acros II
When I headed out to the Silvermine Waterfall I had my GW690iii loaded with Acros film and a tripod. I normally aim for exposure times higher than 1/30s and lower than 1s for moving water as I find that anything more tends to make the water look too supernatural for lack of a better word. Metering of the local scene however limited me to 1/30s here, and probably 1/15s or 1/10s would have been better to direct the waterflow. Still, I like the results, verging on the abstract.