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Blue sky, blue see
Posted By: Rense, 10-06-2009, 02:55 PM



DA 18-55/3.5-5.6
@ 18mm, f/3.5, ISO400, 28"

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10-06-2009, 06:52 PM   #2
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Smooth, Rense.
The dramatic sky makes the photo - wish the sea had some light on it too.
Thanks for sharing.
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Beautiful. Just beautiful
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Smooth, Rense.
The dramatic sky makes the photo - wish the sea had some light on it too.
Thanks for sharing.
Thanks Ash!

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Beautiful. Just beautiful
Thank you!

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Very nice, the light seems surreal.
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Unreal sky well done - I am with Ash wish the water was more visible.
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Very nice Rense. Beautiful juxtaposition of two elements. The white tower is accented and echoed by the opening in the sky. I think it would be more striking if you cropped out the bottom walkway altogether.

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Wow this is really effective, Rense.
Well done.

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A remarkable image, my friend. I'm not sure how you pulled this off, but it looks great.

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Excellent shot. Great exposure and color.
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QuoteOriginally posted by pcarfan Quote
Very nice, the light seems surreal.
Thank you! I think the surreal feeling is caused also by the clouds. It was a stormy night, and with about 30" exposure the clouds give a feeling of movement...

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Unreal sky well done - I am with Ash wish the water was more visible.
Thanks Dave! Yea, I tried to command the moon, but he did not listen

QuoteOriginally posted by JMR Quote
Very nice Rense. Beautiful juxtaposition of two elements. The white tower is accented and echoed by the opening in the sky. I think it would be more striking if you cropped out the bottom walkway altogether.

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Thank you JMR. I tried cropping away the walkway, but it did not work for me. The sense of depth is very much less without it...
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Wow this is really effective, Rense.
Well done.
Thanks a lot!

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A remarkable image, my friend. I'm not sure how you pulled this off, but it looks great.

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Thanks Jer! It's a stormy night, with the moon behind some half open clouds. A tripod and 28" exposure did the rest.

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Excellent shot. Great exposure and color.
Thanks Frank. Originally it was much more orange, but I corrected WB and this is what came out...
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