Storm at Ft. Smallwood

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  1. saddog

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  2. Johnboy2978

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    I really like this with the silhoutted slide, it's reflection in the puddle and the tumultous weather in the background. I'd say that's a keeper
     
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    awesome!
     
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    Great shot, I love it.
     
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    I really like this! this capture is a amazing :thumbup:
     
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    :shock: Is that one photo or have to merged some together? :shock:

    Really cool. :thumbsup:
     
  7. Meysha

    Meysha still being picky Vicky

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    Mmmmm... A keeper for sure. I never knew a slide could look so good (and creepy!)

    I've gotta ask the same question as ferny though - is it two pics? If it isn't - that's absolutely awesome how you got the lightning! And if it is - great job on merging them together!
     
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    Tis a great shot, well done.
     
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    Neat.
     
  10. saddog

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    Just one photo, a couple of minutes of exposure so the multiple lightning hits would stack up on the film. Dark night except for the lightning so nothing to overexpose. I could see the reflection in the puddle and was glad it came out.
    A couple of cops came by and thought I was a little nuts standing in a electrical storm with a metal tripod and cable release. Scanned from b/w film.
    Thanks for the comments
     
  11. Jeff Canes

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    I like it a lot, personally would consider cropping a little off the top and bottom, for a faux panoramic look :thumbup:
     
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    Beautilful shot! It stunned me when I first saw it, it's perfect!
     

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