Thanks all for the comments, appreciate it :)
Nikon D800 + Zeiss 21 2.8 Lens
Lee Big Stopper plus 3 stop Singh Ray Reverse Grad Filter
250 Seconds, F11
Taken at Scarborough...
I dont know if this qualifies as it was not really taken in nature...
Taken at the Two Oceans Aquarium in Cape Town through 16cm acryllic panel....
@Blacksheep - thanks for looking, dont know why you cant see the images - its a bit strange
Sorry for posting in the wrong section - I tried to...
Nice shots, having worked in Dubai for 3 years I know the conditions can be less than ideal for photography most times!
I was cringing thinking...
I have added a new blog including a gallery of some shots I took at Addo Elephant Park in South Africa.
Addo Elephant National Park » Chris Twine...
I think it's just perspective as lens correction was applied in Lightroom
Thanks for looking and commenting
All crits and comments welcome
The Lee Big Stopper filter allows you to take long exposures, which in turn makes the water look calm.
Thanks for the comments
Taken at Petra Tou Romiou in Cyprus.
Used Lee Big Stopper for the effect
Yes and no. The longer exposure will definitely help as it takes in much more light but this particular image I was lucky enough to take at dusk...
I agree a bit too dark...
Hope u dont mind me posting this on your thread but here was my attempt earlier this year - nowhere near perfect either...
Testing out my new zeiss 21 2.8 lens with the lee big stopper filter.
Thx for all the comments :)
Markw - enjoy your new filter, it works wonders in the right situation. This was my first shot with the 8 stop...
Thank you PaulWilliams.
@Jaemie - Yes, that is a road on the side of the mountain, you have an eye for details although personally I did not...
all crits and comments welcome, thanks for looking
Thanks for all the crits and comments. I was lucky to get a nice evening for taking the shot.
Handheld, 1 image - made 3 exposures to give an HDR feel
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