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Hi all. Heres another first attempt effort at shooting a church stain glass window using hd +polarizing filters at slow shutter speed whilst zooming in (learnt this from an epz tutorial, link below)
Hope you like it.
i like it! brilliant work ricky nice one mate
Love it Ricky! The colours and light is amazing. I would have never geussed it was a first attempt, its a top class image. Well done
So glad to see it is a zoom burst Ricky.I was wondering why the glass was all cracked !! Nice work here.And can you get an e2 tutorial video for erecting a garden hut ? The wife has been two days at it,and she has only got two sides up !!
Looks good Ricky. You must have understood the tutorial well. Good work............Sandy
Wonderful - well done indeed !
This is brilliant work, Ricky, very well done.
Excellent work Ricky.
like this very much
So very effective! Excellent.
Super effect making a great image.
Clever stuff Ricky. Works really well on the stain glass. Inspired me to have a go. paul
Top of the EPZ class with this one
Love it !
That is a master piece of work and colours, whare did you take the window? as it is similar to one at Guildford Cathedral.
great image Ricky very vivid
Here is the tutorial link i used to learn this technique
I want to learn this! Send me the link mate. thanks in advance. It looks wonderful. Got to try this sometime. Lots of drama in here. wish family a great evening. Regards
Very effective, good shot.
Excellent still life & abstract object capture & image rendition, with fine colors, elements and designs, & clarity. Nice work with the 1000d, Ricky. Ciao...Peter
I don't usually like zoombursts but this one works well.
Hi Ricky, love this stunning piece of art you created. Very beautiful indeed. must be short n sweet Lol u understand thanks so much 4 kind and caring comment God bless u 2.
excellent work,very artistic, well done!
like the effect, have tried it to make someone look like a ghost, but this is more effective. cant see the link.lesley
This is great Ricky! I love the composition and beautiful colours. It gives me a sense of light pouring through. It looks quite 3D.
Brilliant I'm off to the tutorial link.
The Burma Star, one of my favourite medals in my collection; although it is exactly the same design as all the other British WW2 Stars albeit with different ribbons and title on the obverse.
An imaginative shot of a colourful subject.
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