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  • Pools of Penmon

    Looks like a better morning than when I was there!

    Like this a lot Richard.
    • 28 Apr 2009 1:39PM
  • Barn Owl

    Sorry Conrad, it was manual, metered off the grass and set at -2/3. IS on the lens was on panning mode, so I thought I might get away with about 1/200 or thereabouts.
    Thanks for the info. Didn't really give enough detail first time round.
    • 12 Mar 2009 8:03PM
  • Male Chaffinch


    Quote:I've set up some perches just 8 feet away and I'm getting a lot more definition in my photos now


    No kidding! Smile
    • 4 Mar 2009 11:20AM
  • Tweaked ripples


    Quote:canon 17-40mm L with nd grads


    And polariser?

    Bet there's a cracker of a portrait version too.

    Neil
    • 3 Mar 2009 9:29AM
  • Worn with time

    I've seen a couple of these recently. Like the effect. Where do you get a 10 stop ND from?
    • 26 Feb 2009 10:31AM
  • Robin

    Not quite sharp enough. Looks as though you have a bit of camera shake there. You may need to increase the ISO in order to get a fast enough shutter speed to stop the shake. What settings did you use?
    • 25 Feb 2009 10:04AM
  • Aire Baby, Aire

    The vote's for V1. Really like the soft diagonal lead-in to the sharp buildings on the right.

    Not sure of the point of V2 TBH.
    • 12 Feb 2009 9:12PM
  • Very high quality portfolio. I'll be back for a proper look soon.
  • Hi Bert. Thanks for visiting my PF. You have a very distinctive style. I'm jealous! Wink

    Neil
    • Posted on BertC's profile
    • 7 Nov 2007 12:53PM
  • Really superb portfolio. I'll be back to have another look through it when I get more time.

    Neil
    • Posted on Codiac's profile
    • 3 Nov 2007 2:06PM
  • Absolutely stunning portfolio. Spent a lot of time in Norfolk as a child, and your pictures of Wells and Blakeney in particular brought back a lot of memories.

    Neil
    • Posted on katieb's profile
    • 26 Mar 2007 9:34PM