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A while back I posted an image of an old hangar that was in the process of being demolished, of course this made the immediate surrounds look terrible.

What a difference snow, patchy fog & a watery sun make!!!

 

Peter, splendid pic. Don't see this entered in the tree photo competition. How about it? :)

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Ferrett, it's interesting how different prople feel about the same [photo, I thought the forground and distance made the shot, it helped draw the eye to the angler. excellent


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Taken yesterday,when I was supposed to be out shopping,took a little detour.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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AKA Nurse Jugsy ( especially for newt)

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It was cold yesterday as this shot shows..:D

 

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Exposure Time = 1/40"

F Number = F5.6

ISO Speed Ratings = 200

Edited by Steve Randles

There are no rules for good photographs, there are only good photographs. - Ansel Adams

 

Focal Planet

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How do you do that?


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AKA Nurse Jugsy ( especially for newt)

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Peter, splendid pic. Don't see this entered in the tree photo competition. How about it? :)

 

 

Very nice of you to say so Jan & why not, all I've got to do now is figure out how to resize it down to 150kb!


Peter.

 

The loose lines gone..STRIKE.

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How do you do that?

 

Ummmm..do what?..:)


There are no rules for good photographs, there are only good photographs. - Ansel Adams

 

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B) Edited by n4lly

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Well its not all that slow a shutterspeed, but I'm able to set whatever speed I want when manually controlling the camera. This was a hand held shot if I had gone to say 1/60 or slower I would have had to use the tripod. But for this shot I just set the aperture I wanted, then matched the shutterspeed using the lightmeter to give correct exposure. I was exposing for the icicles, not the water.:)


There are no rules for good photographs, there are only good photographs. - Ansel Adams

 

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Steve would a light meter help me get to grips with using the manual settings?


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