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Found 6 results

  1. vivionm


    From Howth, near Dublin City, on the East coast of Ireland. The Mountains of Mourne in the background.
  2. crowecg


    Having failed to capture some decent sunset pictures the other evening (as noted in the later entries to this post), I decided to go for sunrise instead. DSCF4322 DSCF4323 OK, I cheated a little bit - the white balance is set to 'daylight fluorescent', which makes it even more golden looking.
  3. We have very nice Spring weather in Holland so I planned an early wake-up to shoot a sunrise. The 16mp MicroFourThirds sensor though small has good dynamic range and the RAW files are an excellent basis for post processing. Olympus E-M10II + Olympus 75mm f1.8
  4. Guest

    Molten Sunrise - Common loon

    This adult common loon was imaged at sunrise in northern Michigan last week. Very foggy. I was most struck by the effect of the sun on water. It seemed to be almost a solid, textured surface. Part of the effect is caused by the large amount of pollen in the water that am and specular reflections, coupled with shallow depth of field. D4 600VR f/5.0 1/2500sec ISO 1250 Taken from my boat Advice and comments appreciated. Please view large. Cheers Randy
  5. Guest

    Chicago before dawn

    From the album: Msmoto

    D4, Modified 10.5mm f/2.8 Nikkor See it Big: http://www.flickr.com/photos/fantinesfotos/8682687780/sizes/o/

    © ©2013 Fantinesvoice.com

  6. This common loon was imaged at sunrise several years ago. I liked the sense of texture created by the angled light, and of course, that red eye. D700 500mm AFS f/7.1 with TC 14, 1/1600s Advice and comments always appreciated. Cheers Randy
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