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Old Jetty

By JamesPicture      
After 3 days of demoralising rain we were heading towards Mallaig for the day to see if the weather was any better. As we drove towards Fort William we noticed this old jetty on Loch Linnhe.

After some contemplating I tried shooting it with the Lee "Big Stopper" to get the water looking smooth and to be fair I don't get much chance to use the big stopper in the Peak District so it made a nice change.
I really love how this shot came out and like how the glimpse of light came over the mountains in the far distance, in the end the exposure was approx 150 seconds.
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Tags: Scotland Loch Landscape and travel Linnhe Febuary 2013

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Comments


18 Mar 2013 11:42AM
Great image with good exposure.

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ColleenA Plus
3 317 3 Australia
18 Mar 2013 12:14PM
Wow well spotted, a super image
rajasekar 6 2 India
18 Mar 2013 4:38PM
It's a very excellent attempt and the output you've got is magnificent! The idea of

Aperture: f/16.0
Shutter Speed: 151sec
Exposure Comp: +2/3
ISO: 100

has worked out extremely. I Love the blue domination in this pic with the smooth water and mountains background.

You've taught me with this picture that we can take such marvelous photographs with Nikon D7000 ( i own it too ). Thanks a lot for sharing this pic with us.

Raja
18 Mar 2013 5:03PM

Quote:You've taught me with this picture that we can take such marvelous photographs with Nikon D7000 ( i own it too ). Thanks a lot for sharing this pic with us.

Raja



Thanks you for your kind words, and yes the D7000 is not that bad, I have suffered a little bit with oil getting on the sensor from the shutter mechanism but other than that its a nice camera for a beginner like me Tongue
18 Mar 2013 6:22PM
Nice image

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