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Lake after Midnight...
Lens: Sigma Art 18-35mm f1.8 Camera: Pentax K-3 Photo Location: Arjeplog ISO: 100 Shutter Speed: Above 6s Aperture: F14 
Posted By: sealight, 05-05-2018, 09:18 AM

one thing I enjoy about the time of midnightsun- you get plenty of hours to shoot

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Beautiful shot.
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Really nice.
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Beautiful shot.
thank you very much DW58!

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Really nice.
thank you very much!

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Wow! Beautiful, congratulations.
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Beautiful composition, colours and detail sealight...well done.
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Very nice shot
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Love the various catchlights and reflections on the shoreline....very nice

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Works for me , Love it !
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Beautiful result, with subtle PP.
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Wow! Beautiful, congratulations.
thank you very much!

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Beautiful result, with subtle PP.
thank you ranmar! yes- I always try to avoid to artificially blow up shots in PP, as like in this shot nature already delivers soo much and leaves little to be wished for in my eyes

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Love the various catchlights and reflections on the shoreline....very nice
thank you very much Stephen! a reason I sometimes really love to do this kind of longtimeexposures are exactly this little details...I love all the stones you can see in the water in this shot, as they come out much stronger due this long time exposition...
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Works well, nice!
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QuoteOriginally posted by sealight Quote
one thing I enjoy about the time of midnightsun- you get plenty of hours to shoot
Nicely done. Excellent PP. Are you using masks in PP?
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Nicely done. Excellent PP. Are you using masks in PP?
for the shot itself I used an nd- and a grading filter to darken the sky a bit, elsewise I do all my edits in lightroom, so it's not masks in a photoshop-sense I work with...mostly it's either the grading or the radial-filter...
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QuoteOriginally posted by sealight Quote
for the shot itself I used an nd- and a grading filter to darken the sky a bit, elsewise I do all my edits in lightroom, so it's not masks in a photoshop-sense I work with...mostly it's either the grading or the radial-filter...
Thank you for the update. Much appreciated.

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