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A serene marina evening
Posted By: rm2, 09-11-2009, 06:29 AM



I hope it is not too much of a cliche.
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09-11-2009, 06:32 AM   #2
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Nice.
A touch of contrast and the colours would pop out even better.
May I suggest a CP-L next time to take some of that reflection on the water away.
But a peaceful scene to see.
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Quiet and peaceful thanks for sharing


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Nice.
A touch of contrast and the colours would pop out even better.
May I suggest a CP-L next time to take some of that reflection on the water away.
But a peaceful scene to see.
Thanks for the advice. You know, I do have a nice circular polarizer, but I need to learn to use it better. Basically, I need to know what position it should be on. I'll have to spend a little time doing that.

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The water looks like glass well done. Nice quiet morning.
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The water looks like glass well done. Nice quiet morning.
Evening actually. It is the east coast of Massachusetts, Rockport to be exact. I suppose that is how mornings look on the west coast.
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Thanks for the advice. You know, I do have a nice circular polarizer, but I need to learn to use it better. Basically, I need to know what position it should be on. I'll have to spend a little time doing that.
Have a look through the viewfinder as you're adjusting the position, and you'll find the place where the blues are saturated better and the reflections are cut out most efficiently.

Then take a shot and see the difference...
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just what i needed today... serenity, thanks for posting....

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