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Lens: 16-35 Photo Location: Maple Ridge ISO: 200 Shutter Speed: 1/4s Aperture: F16 
Posted By: Jimbo, 02-26-2012, 02:57 PM

Shot this morning. The light was there for just over a minute. Cheers JIM


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02-26-2012, 03:34 PM   #2
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Wonderful image....light, color, contrast, and depth. Well done!
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A very, very well executed image Jim. Sharp from bottom to top and beautiful too!
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This image just blows me away. Beautiful! The depth, sharpness, everything. Great job!

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Hi Jimbo

Superb !

Here is a good example where the natural light provided the warm yellow glow, something that is next to impossible to achieve with wrong WB or PP manupulation.

I find if I look at a picture for more then 10 seconds it means I like it. I looked at this one of yours for 60 seconds. (and still looking)

But - There is always a but isn't there. Please dust down your sensor ! Do it, there is nothing to it. With a soft Nylon brush it will take only 5 seconds !

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Wow!!
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Superb !

Here is a good example where the natural light provided the warm yellow glow, something that is next to impossible to achieve with wrong WB or PP manupulation.

I find if I look at a picture for more then 10 seconds it means I like it. I looked at this one of yours for 60 seconds. (and still looking)

But - There is always a but isn't there. Please dust down your sensor ! Do it, there is nothing to it. With a soft Nylon brush it will take only 5 seconds !

Greetings
I spotted that on when I finished the image. Believe it was on my ND filter and not the sensor but will check tonight. Thanks for the heads up. Little sloppy not checking that earlier. . Thank you for commentings everyone. JIM
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nice job!

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nice job!
Thank you. JIM
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I think this is one of your best. The warm colours & lighting and lots to capture eye...
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So cool, it looks almost like slide film. The highlights pop out of the screen.

Very interesting scene and light! +1
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I think this is one of your best. The warm colours & lighting and lots to capture eye...
Wow, after 40,000 clicks I caught the right light! Cheers and thank you for the comments. JIM

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So cool, it looks almost like slide film. The highlights pop out of the screen.

Very interesting scene and light! +1
I have shot here many times and with the right light it is one beautiful location. Appreciate you taking the time to comment. JIM

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QuoteOriginally posted by Jimbo Quote
Little sloppy not checking that earlier.
Wasn't meant to embarrass you, more as encouragement to do a sensor clean. (If indeed the crap is there in the first place.)

Reason:
I find a lot of folk are sh*t scared of going anywhere near the sensor. In a way I can understand this because traders who peddle sensor cleaning stuff (at 2000% mark up) are desperately trying to keep it this way. But most of us have had their digi cams for a long time now (a few at that) and slowly starting to realise that there is actually nothing to be afraid of. Even a regular brushing down with a soft artist's Nylon brush will and cannot damage the very hard AA filter surface. So the psychological horror in relation to sensor cleaning, I find, slowly diminishes. That's god.

Sorry for the rant.

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Awesome Jimbo - frame it.

Your stuff is always good but you raised the bar in this one.

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