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Otterbield Bay


Exposure Date: 2010:11:16 08:40:03;
Make: Canon;
Model: Canon EOS 5D Mark II;
ExposureTime: 25/10 s;
FNumber: f/16;
ISOSpeedRatings: 100;
ExposureProgram: Manual;
ExposureBiasValue: 0;
MeteringMode: Pattern;
Flash: Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode;
FocalLength: 17 mm;

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Fantastic exposure, DOF & focus play, subtle colors & crisp details in dark, nice tonal range & exquisite composition___that's why I like, Rich, great atmosphere also!       Best regards 7!

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The beautiful sky and it's reflection pulls my eyes past the foreground rocks to the group of silhouetted tree's, and then the finer details in the distant become apparent. Great natural looking colour, very well presented.

Well done Richard!

Best Regards


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Beautiful scene caught very well Rich,amazing sky and reflection,very well done,Harry

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Bodacious is the first word that comes to mind! Great colors, beautiful scenery and perfect exposure. The only improvement I could come up with is to crop the left side to eliminate the stone encroaching into the frame. I also wonder if a slight adjustment of position could have eliminated the tree on the right, but that would be hindsight, which is not very useful. No matter, this is lovely...uh, I mean bodacious!

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Gorgeous image Richard! Love the fact that you've kept the lower portions of the image a bit on the dark side to accentuate the lovely sky. Fabulous light!

All the best,

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Very dramatic image, dark and brooding. A beautiful reflection, and just enough detail in the foreground.

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Lovely to see your work here! Interesting browsing around the site after so long. I've been questioning the use of different filters with Dennis the past few days and wondering about buying a GND filter.  I don't do landscapes as a general rule but I think if I want to start, I should have a GND filter- yes?? no???

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Looks very natural to me. Good work and i agree with other comments.

Jan _ I think you should get a GND filter. I am now in the market for a stronger ND filter.

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