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Sep 04, 2012 14:56 |  #16

Very nice! I really like the first with all the detail.


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Sep 04, 2012 18:20 |  #17

Wow...I hope to be able to produce pictures like that one day.


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Sep 04, 2012 19:53 |  #18

Once again your pictures amaze and inspire me. I'm really looking forward to trying to mimic these types of photos.




  
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Sep 04, 2012 19:57 |  #19

Beautiful! I've always wanted to try this. Someday...


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Sep 04, 2012 20:05 as a reply to  @ MicheleRF's post |  #20

Stunning Brian!

How many images per stack?

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Sep 04, 2012 20:16 |  #21

Wow, stunning shots!!!


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Sep 04, 2012 21:17 as a reply to  @ post 14947278 |  #22

Very beautifully shot.


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Sep 04, 2012 21:19 |  #23

These are pretty sweet!


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Sep 04, 2012 22:04 |  #24

Those are absolutely stunning. Amazing shots


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Sep 05, 2012 00:50 |  #25

Thanks again for the kind comments everybody :)

Worcester- Lad - no they are full flash shots

Fred - was using around 7 shots per stack (shooting at 4:1 FF)

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Sep 05, 2012 13:16 as a reply to  @ LordV's post |  #26

Something to aspire to!

It will be a bit difficult for those of us in climes without dew (like me).
But i wonder if a drop of liquid can simulate the morning dew?

Anyway, that being a different matter, excellent shots!


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