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Hi , i wanted as much movement in the clouds as possible so i ended up using a 10 stop,a lee .9 solid and waved around a .9 grad hard for about 30secs so lots of glass used which isnt ideal but it gave the clouds a nice wispy look
Amazing shot...well worth an award
Thanks Clint you're too kind but eagerly accepted
Well worth the trouble you went to to get the movement in the clouds as the effect is first class. Lovely warm light and cracking detail, as always
Thanks for all the kind comments, it's very much appreciated
I love this and was interested to see how you achieved it.
The light and blur on the crop is wonderful.
Overall very pleasing composition - road leading in to that lovely lighthouse
and sky worked to produce those clouds.
Super light on the barley and some nice light in the windows.
This has all the ticks in the right boxes for me. I love the texture and colour in the crop with great composition.
Your settings were good to attain the movement in the clouds but I think it put more into your picture.
Well done. WesternRed.
Lovely strong composition and I think your improvisation to achieve a longer exposure is especially merit-worthy! Of course solid NDs can be got quite cheaply... !!
A wonderful lead, nice pov and superbly presented....well done!
An exceptional beautiful composition, with well defined lead lines, a great subject matter, captured from a great point of view. Certainly a photograph which I admire very much.
fantastic. Really like it.
It must be national lighthouse day,.,,this knocks spots off om mine though!!
Brilliant & very intelligent usage of lenses/filters Jeremy!!
...ps Wathet harbour in somerset well worth a visit, huge amount of fossils etc to be found also if you like that sort of thing.
also a lot of statues there..
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If you have the camera on a tripod during live view, you can zoom in on your subject in the monitor for precise focus.
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