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Ingbirchworth Sunset

By Nick_w      
A continuation of photos linked to blog posts. Thanks for all the feedback on the IR one.

I've just taken delivery of a LEE big stopper, nd thought I would compare back to back with the HiTech

This was using the LEE big stopper, but with a much longer exposure, it would have been difficult to do a fair camparison with a ver long exposure (timing and changing light)

TBH I used this to get some interest back - I've got little interest at them moment in my photography - hopefully this will return soon

Tags: General Specialist and abstract Landscape and travel Ingbirchworth 5 mile radius project

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Comments


Fefe Plus
5 23 31 United Kingdom
7 Jan 2012 7:46PM
Sooooo smooth! Love itGrin

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ckristoff 12 967 Wales
7 Jan 2012 8:06PM
Hello Nick,

your image is simply inspiring!

Simple question. I went on your link. To my mind, your original image is spot on in my opinion. So why the need for a filter, when your original shot does the job?


Frank.
taggart Plus
12 47 13 United States
7 Jan 2012 8:06PM
light is quite special at the end of the rock wall!
charlotte 12 34 2 United Kingdom
7 Jan 2012 8:10PM
Simply beautiful.

Charlotte
SlowSong Plus
8 6.6k 29 England
8 Jan 2012 12:17AM
Silky perfection.
Chris
Daisymaye Plus
8 23 10 Canada
8 Jan 2012 3:48AM
Fabulous glow and tones............Sandy
AnnChown Plus
7 199 1 United Kingdom
8 Jan 2012 12:59PM
I love the effect - it works so well and you've created something quite beautiful.
Ann
TrevBatWCC Plus
8 12 10 England
8 Jan 2012 2:50PM
Love the smooth tones, and some beautiful colours here too, Nick Wink
Trev Smile
chase Plus
11 1.1k 246 England
8 Jan 2012 8:02PM
Nice use of the Big Stopper Nick,pretty soft tones in the water & sky.
I just think that little stone wall ( well I think it's a wall) could do with lifting a tad,there seems to be plenty of light on it,especially on the top & I reckon a wee selective levels/curves adjustment would really make it sing.Just seems a bit flat from where I am sitting.
Nick_w Plus
9 4.3k 99 England
8 Jan 2012 8:11PM
Thanks Janet, - yes it is a wall that's submerged most of the year, and the sides are so dark I couldn't bring out any more detail (I've lifted it a lot as it is). The other side of the wall was a much better composition, but that was darker still. If I were to go back I would would take a series of images and use exposure blending, I would probably need 2-3 stops more to bring it out.

Still it's only 2 miles away so plenty of opportunities to go back.(btw marked as constructive).
ianrobinson 7 1.2k 8 United Kingdom
9 Jan 2012 11:35PM
I think that should make you want to get out more Nick, it's a great image.
I have the lee big stopper too and it seems in bright light i am doing a 300 sec exposure on f22 iso 100 on my 5d mark ii.
They work well and it shows in your image.

Keep them coming Nick i enjoy seeing your images.

Ian.

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