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Sep 17, 2010 15:12 |  #1

So I have been out and played with some exposures again, no tripod, and wanted to know what you think of it. Was just a wild sea at the end of the day.

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Sep 20, 2010 14:10 |  #2

Nice picture, you can just about make out the water being softer thanks to the long exposure. Not sure how long you left it for, but maybe don't leave it quite so long, abit of texture to the water can be nice, but thats just my preference :)




  
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Sep 20, 2010 14:45 |  #3

Think it was about 15 seconds, thanks for the advice, I will try that out

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Sep 20, 2010 15:59 |  #4

You did a 15 second shot with no tripod?? How? Nice shot, nonetheless.


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Sep 20, 2010 16:15 |  #5

Thanks,

It was a really carefull balance on by kitbag, on a bench, aided by my Nokia N97, took a fair few goes as the movement from just taking the shot caused too much movement, was quite determined to get a half decent shot as my last effort was not so good.

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Sep 20, 2010 16:59 as a reply to  @ darrylhopkins's post |  #6

Ah the balancing act, I know it well, lol.

Sat and crossed my legs and used as a tripod once - I think we're all the same when we want 'that' picture :)




  
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