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Movement at Sunset

By MUphotographic  
So on my trip to British Columbia and Canada I had just recieved a 10 stop filter, so really it would have been rude not to use it loads. The only problem I came accross is light bleed and colour casting, but convert to B+W and do a tiny bit of cloning its perfect.

This was shot on the Icefield Parkway, I had one attempt at this because obvestly 10 stop take a while and light drops quick.

Needless to say i'm very happy with the outcome... and as I write this I relise I was I was there this time last year, how spooky?

Enjoy

Tags: Sunset General Mountains Canadian rockies Landscape and travel 10 stop

Voters: gwynn56, Pete, conrad and 10 more


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saeidNL 6 3 Netherlands
14 Jun 2012 11:47AM
Wonderful and lovely capture,
saeid

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almiles 6 38 102 United Kingdom
14 Jun 2012 4:08PM
Perfect wind direction for this type of shot and the cloud lines really enhance the brooding drama of the mountains. If you haven't solved your light bleeding issues yet then I can tell you how I do. I found covering the eyepiece on my EOD 50D was not enough so now I have a light-tight lined cloth bag with a drawstring at the top. Once I've set everything up I pull in over the top of camera and tripod but leave the cable release outside. I tighten it at the bottom and this set up has been good for all my 10 stop exposures... with the added advantage of looking really retro! Wink

Al
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6 1.3k 68 United Kingdom
14 Jun 2012 4:23PM
Fascinating shot !!!.....lovely quality !!
4 Sep 2012 11:45AM
Almiles thank you I will have to try this as still been a issue... I have been wrapping a sock over it ha ha and thank you everyone else for your votes and comments

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