A Rocky Beach and Soft Pastels

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  1. jaharris1001

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    Wow great colors and composition, I have always wanted to take shots at a rocky shore like this. What shutter speed?

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    30s at f/20
     
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    All right, already! That beach is giving you WAY too many cool shots!!! The fog and the color are awesome!!
     
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    Thanks for commenting,, thats not really fog,, its water with a slow shutter to give that appearance,, :sexywink: :mrgreen:
     
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    That's about it. Wish I was there :p

    Awesome capture!
     
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    Great Wonderful !
     
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    Incredible capture! What was the shutter speed? And how did you manage to not get it over-lighted?
     
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    Thanks again for the comments everyone,, Ko-ning, the shutter on this shot was 30 seconds at f20 ISO 100, I used a ND filter here to block some light at the top, this was still pretty dark out then though,, thanks for commenting :thumbup:
     

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