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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
Sooooo smooth! Love it
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?
light is quite special at the end of the rock wall!
Fabulous glow and tones............Sandy
I love the effect - it works so well and you've created something quite beautiful.
Love the smooth tones, and some beautiful colours here too, Nick
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.
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).
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.
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