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Foggy Lough

Paranormalist

Distinguished Member
A foggy Lough Erne from Muckross Bay in County Fermanagh this afternoon.
I used the K20D & 16-45mm kit lens with a ND8 filter to get a slow shutter speed. Converted to B&W in PS.


f/22 l 3secs l ISO 100 l 38mm

C&C welcomed..

The camera sensor is way beyond filthy now. A dust reduction system combined with a rocket blower just isn't working. Can someone advise me on how to get it cleaned properly? :lease:

Thanks
Para
 
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shotokan101

Banned
I like it a lot Para but I'd like to see little more detail on the nearest foreground rocks - they are a little too dark for me.

Jim
 

Paranormalist

Distinguished Member
Another I just got around to processing..
The pier was barricaded off due to flood damage. It looks almost colour popped but it's not.
K20D & Tamron 10-24 lens.


f/16 l 1/20s l ISO 200 l 10mm
 

shotokan101

Banned
Great shot Para - love the slightly offset composition :smashin:

Jim
 

shotokan101

Banned
Another keeper Para but I do prefer the other two.

Any chance of seeing the first shot in colour or is there no colour in the rocks etc. to start with ?

Jim
 

shotokan101

Banned
Thanks Para - I suspected that might be the case.

Jim
 

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