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Posted By: Jimbo, 08-18-2012, 04:03 PM

Ok, the first image was shot last night and exposure for 82 seconds to bring some movement in the clouds. The second was shot at a 1/2 second and also through one in from this morning. Cheers JIM






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Nice work, #1 and #2 especially. Interesting to see different treatments of the scene.
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love the last one Jim, great composition for sure.
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Nice work, #1 and #2 especially. Interesting to see different treatments of the scene.
Appreciate you taking the time to comment. JIM

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love the last one Jim, great composition for sure.
Thanks Bob. JIM

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The first one is amazing. I can't believe the difference the shutter speed made especially on the water. I am so going to have to try that. The last one is a stunner. Nice work Jim.
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The first one is amazing. I can't believe the difference the shutter speed made especially on the water. I am so going to have to try that. The last one is a stunner. Nice work Jim.
Thanks Susan. I used a 10 stop ND filter for the shot and the sun had gone down. Could haveused another 10 seconds. Bit of a guesting game as the night was changing by the minute. JIM
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