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Bluebell Woodland Impression

By BigCol      
This is my experimentation for the week! I'll let you think for a while and then tell you how it was done. It's simple really but I think quite effective.

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: andytvcams, u08mcb, josepm


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andytvcams 18 10.4k 1 United Kingdom
11 May 2004 10:01AM
Would look great framed,very nice work indeed,and i will be interested to hear how you did it,my only little nit pick would be the small dark spot,left of frame,other than that love it.
Andy.
andytvcams 18 10.4k 1 United Kingdom
11 May 2004 10:12AM
Colin,went and had a look at your website,unfortunately i could only view a few of your landscapes,it would not show all your work,must be a glitch in the system?.

Andy..
u08mcb 17 5.8k
11 May 2004 10:41AM
tripod, 1 sec exposure, tilt camera down?

Or loosen the central column then let go?
BigCol 20 1.8k 1 Scotland
11 May 2004 11:04AM
Hand held, 1/10th second exposure and pan the camera upwards.

Colin
BigCol 20 1.8k 1 Scotland
11 May 2004 11:05AM
The Web site is in the process of being updated, possibly using PHP, and should be ready soon. Mind you that's what I said this time last year!
u08mcb 17 5.8k
11 May 2004 11:06AM
god, out on the exposure by an order of magnitude. I failed Sad

I was too busy trying to guess in my last comment to say this is clicked Wink
BigCol 20 1.8k 1 Scotland
11 May 2004 11:29AM
I haven't tried a longer exposure yet, the shorter exposure allows me to simply 'pan' the camera and judge the speed.
Digital is fun!
Thanks for the click.

Smile)

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