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Lens: Tamron 70-200 2.8 Camera: K5 Photo Location: Kinego Bay, Donegal, Ireland ISO: 80 Shutter Speed: 1/30s Aperture: F16 
Posted By: captainbert, 03-30-2012, 02:42 PM

I haven't posted here in ages. These were taken last weekend using my now my most used lens the Tamron 70-200 2.8. I used a Hoya ND400 10 stop filter. I am sure these will not be many folk's cup of tea. Cheers, Garbhán.









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love them all black and white adds the certain something!
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Garbhan, these are my cup of tea and some crumpets too. Great use of the Hoya and SS here, a pleasure to view my friend. Take care across the pond. Bob
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Thanks very much.. yeah they were just begging to be in black and white. Cheers!

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Garbhan, these are my cup of tea and some crumpets too. Great use of the Hoya and SS here, a pleasure to view my friend. Take care across the pond. Bob
Thanks very much Bob my friend... nice to hear indeed good sir! Take care yourself, Garbhán.
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Fabulous and otherworldly!
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Garbhán, how can someone not like these. They are simply gorgeous. I would love to try this technique. May I ask if the shutter speed is correct. 1/30s seems as though it would be too fast to get this wonderful effect even with a ten stop filter. I really love these and thanks for posting them.

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Oh Yeah, these are in the category of favorite types of art photos for me. Great stuff!
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Fabulous and otherworldly!
Thanks very much!

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Thank you Slackercruster.. glad you like!

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Garbhán, how can someone not like these. They are simply gorgeous. I would love to try this technique. May I ask if the shutter speed is correct. 1/30s seems as though it would be too fast to get this wonderful effect even with a ten stop filter. I really love these and thanks for posting them.
Hi Susan! Yeah they are indeed 30 seconds (all of them) I didn't have a remote so i was limited to 30... it was a relatively clam day also so i was quite surprised by how they came out. Thank you very much for the great feedback! Much appreciated indeed!

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Thanks a lot Den... that's very nice to hear indeed!
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Garbhan, yes I was wondering about the SS, it was listed as 1/30 sec and I am glad you stated it was at 30 seconds. I continue to experiment with my Hoya filters but yet to get your excellent results. I am not giving up yet though my friend, I will conquer.
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Love that last one. Mysterious. Amazing shot at 1/30s!
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Indeed carefully captured beauty & mystery. Very well done - thanks for sharing!
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A very pleasant looking series--well done.--charliezap
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