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  1. Guest

    Seascapes from mid March -14

    'Omnia Ex Deus' -D800E, 17-35 2.8, 270 sec, f/16, iso 100, Lee Big Stopper + Lee GND (-Hard gradation); -- 'Where Green Meets Blue' -D800E, 17-35 2.8, 361 sec, f/11, iso 200, Lee Big Stopper + Lee GND (-Hard grad); (I'm just not sure about this shot..)
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    - X -

    X Hvaler - Norway, 17.03.2014. D800E, 17-35 2.8 @ 17mm, 346 sec, f/22, iso 50, Big Stopper + GND 0.3 (Hard grad). →Must be viewed huge!← - As typical locally this shot is being "butchered" of amateur photographers (who I prefer calling; "know-it-alls") in my home town area, one even tried to learn me the rule of the golden ratio earlier today.. One even told me that he would have used a tripod on this shot.... I replied that I got a sturdy hand and to handhold the cam for 346 seconds for a shot like this ain't no problem!... - But in fact this is a record breaking shot for me (at least on my own site), well under 24 hours after it had been posted on my Gplus profile I had enormously 880 likes/or +1 as Google calls it, some 40 shares and a ton of comments.. - (As usual), I have added contrast (and some clarity) in the "X" itself to make the eye wander from the bottom of the image and down with the line and out into the image and then the sky. The contrast increases as the line of the "X" vanish down in the shot, just to make the eye keep "on track".
  3. Guest

    Homlungen Lighthouse

    From the album: Nikon D3 Shots

    D3 with Sigma 20 1.8, Big Stopper and graduated filter 0.6 (hard).

    © Patrick Pedersen

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