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Great djnik2004 2004-10-27 11:54

Nice, work ken, i agree that maybe there is too much foreground and that it takes away some of the focus from the water, apart from that good composition & colours! Could you tell me how you managed to use such a long exposure time without the image being over exposed?? did you use any other artificial factors apart from the polarizer filter? or was it particuarily dark that day???

Old 10-28-2004, 07:20 PM
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Avishek, you have poplar trees to serve as scale reference should you need to...
thanks for your enthiusastic response;-)

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poplar? where? the black spots look like anything but poplar eric ;) great shot though.
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