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Posted By: Jimbo, 08-27-2011, 10:31 AM

Just before the sun breaks through I got this shot. The second image is about a minute later as the sun rises over the mountain peaks. JIM



Sun Breaks through




One more stream image from last weekend.


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08-27-2011, 11:59 AM   #2
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All three are mastefully done (as always), but I especially like the one with the sun winking at us. Nice job, buddy.

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All three are mastefully done (as always), but I especially like the one with the sun winking at us. Nice job, buddy.

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Thank you Jer. JIM
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#2 is the tops for me, Jim just wondering if you use some type of filter for shots like these, the reflections are great, Bob

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#2 is the tops for me, Jim just wondering if you use some type of filter for shots like these, the reflections are great, Bob
For the two sun rise images I had my BW CPL filter on a two ND filters to hold the sky back. Also adjusted my ISO to 500 to speed up the shutter speed. THe light was changing very quickly so I had to adjust on the fly. I always shoot Manual on Landscapes including focusing. JIM
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QuoteOriginally posted by Jimbo Quote
For the two sun rise images I had my BW CPL filter on a two ND filters to hold the sky back. Also adjusted my ISO to 500 to speed up the shutter speed. THe light was changing very quickly so I had to adjust on the fly. I always shoot Manual on Landscapes including focusing. JIM
thanks for the help and info, our sky here in the desert is so bright. I picked up some new filters to experiment with and as soon as the temp drops below 100f I will take some shots using them. Bob
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Must agree - all three are beautifully captured, but #2 really stands out!!
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All are nice images Jim but I do love the first one.

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Must agree - all three are beautifully captured, but #2 really stands out!!
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All are nice images Jim but I do love the first one.
Thank you Henrich. JIM
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