Shot of a shot...

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  1. pthrift

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    So long exposures can be dull waiting, but I did do this while I was waiting and thought it was pretty neat. This was taken with my OnePlus One of my Nikon D7000 & the Lee Filters Big Stopper.

    [​IMG]See what I sea? by patrick.thrift, on Flickr


     
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    That's pretty cool. I'd like to see a shot where the reflection on your filter takes up most of the frame.
     
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    That would have been cool, but I didn't want to get too close to the camera and get into the picture. I was actually taking a long exposure shot when I did this one
     
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    Reminds me of photographing the back of a 4x5 when I was shooting a lot with those. I like it. The sunsets reflection in the filter is beautiful.

    I like thinking about how photographers of the future will view this sort of an image as we would view an image of an 8x10 view camera by an ocean landscape now. Evaluating our ancient methods of DSLR's and ND filters. :345:
     
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