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The Black Loch

jmbrailsford

Well-known Member
First go with my 17-40L and filters.

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Canon 1D Mark II - 17mm - ISO 100 1/80th @ F5.6 - CPL with 0.9 ND Grad and ND 4


Mike.
 
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johnaalex

Distinguished Member
If a Blue Period was good enough for Picasso....;)

Nice composition, but slightly spoilt by the fuel tank in the boat.
 

Holowlegs

Well-known Member
Lovely colour and picture:thumbsup:
 
Nice shot.....a little off putting is the line of the bottom of the boat? If thats what it is.......nice shot though
 

allymac123

Well-known Member
A little too blue for my liking but deffinately has the potential to be a nice shot.

I am a bit confused as to the technicalities though - Why shoot F5.6 and use an ND4 filter? Why not just shoot F11? I can't see any need for a longer shutter anyway so even F5.6 without an ND4 would make sense??
 

jmbrailsford

Well-known Member
A little too blue for my liking but deffinately has the potential to be a nice shot.

I am a bit confused as to the technicalities though - Why shoot F5.6 and use an ND4 filter? Why not just shoot F11? I can't see any need for a longer shutter anyway so even F5.6 without an ND4 would make sense??
Hi,

YOU'RE confused, I didnae have a clue what I was daein' as mentioned above it was my first go with wideangle and filters, I just pointed the camera and shot :rotfl:

Mike.
 

allymac123

Well-known Member
Yeah never read that bit!!

In that case its pretty darn excellent!
 

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