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Jul 11, 2010 04:09 |  #1

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2. As close as I could get to the waves ...
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Jul 11, 2010 08:41 |  #2

Crazy waves man. How far are were you?




  
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Jul 11, 2010 12:56 |  #3

jdizzle wrote in post #10515343 (external link)
Crazy waves man. How far are were you?

I was a couple of feet away for the 2nd shot. :)


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Jul 11, 2010 16:06 |  #4

Very cool. I want waves like this


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Jul 11, 2010 16:25 as a reply to  @ ArcticShooter's post |  #5

Very ceative photos... I like a LOT.


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Jul 11, 2010 16:31 |  #6

Cool shots, I'm assuming you got wet?


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Jul 11, 2010 16:34 |  #7

Nice!
Are you also using a ND filter for those shots?


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Jul 11, 2010 16:45 as a reply to  @ tkerr's post |  #8

These are excellent. I am wondering about if you had a filter as well.

Great exposures..


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Jul 11, 2010 17:08 |  #9

Thanks everyone.

Yes I got wet and so was the camera. But I had a cloth in hand to dry it right away. I was holding a remote switch with finger on the shutter button and as soon as I saw this coming I pushed the button and then grab the tripod and ran as fast as I could. Next time I can do better protecting the camera by putting on a plastic bag. But it was fun.

For both shots I used the B+W CPL filter.


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Jul 11, 2010 17:15 as a reply to  @ lostid's post |  #10

Fab stuff I wasnt expecting those, very interesting shots, :)


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Jul 11, 2010 17:20 |  #11

davenjulie wrote in post #10517330 (external link)
Fab stuff I wasnt expecting those, very interesting shots, :)

Thanks.

Here is another one from that outing.

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Jul 11, 2010 21:19 |  #12

Very cool.


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Jul 11, 2010 22:08 |  #13

Awesome!!!



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Jul 12, 2010 11:34 |  #14

lostid wrote in post #10517296 (external link)
Thanks everyone.

Yes I got wet and so was the camera. But I had a cloth in hand to dry it right away. I was holding a remote switch with finger on the shutter button and as soon as I saw this coming I pushed the button and then grab the tripod and ran as fast as I could. Next time I can do better protecting the camera by putting on a plastic bag. But it was fun.

For both shots I used the B+W CPL filter.

I think I would prefer to us a longer focal length lens and back of to drier ground. You should still be able to get the same or at the least very similar results.


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Jul 12, 2010 11:50 |  #15

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I think I would prefer to us a longer focal length lens and back of to drier ground. You should still be able to get the same or at the least very similar results.

I doubt it, I think it would look very different due to the change in perspective.

Bravo to the OP for his bravery with his equipment and the final results.


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