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This is just gorgeous Joe.
I would say that your fluffy water is quite a success! This is a lovely scene and it looks like a watercolor painting.Happy Easter,Genie
Nice shot, Joe!
Hi J, Any tips from Julie are jewels to be cherished. I learn from her very often!Beautifully composed my friend.V
Nice shot! Will give that a try also Joe.
It's turned out beautifully Joe .... A lovely soft effect ... I must try this.
I also meant to ask Joe if you used a tripod?
Hi Rae. Yes I did use a tripod. It was very windy and even with a tripod there was still a bit of shake.
Oh well done indeed Joe, it worked beautifully! The colours in this image are so soft and work perfectly with this shot.
And a very nice result, Joe. I've just invested in a 10-stop ND filter, which should theoretically allow me to get some lovely long exposure, fluffy cloud and water daytime shots. Fingers crossed!
Rae pointed this out to me, and I have only just discovered her email in my spam box.I agree with the others that this is a very gorgeous result, Joe. The pastels are so soft even if this was partially caused by the wind on your tripod. The other thing that I like are the 'lines' within the image.Good stuff ... I must try some more. It is so easy in photography to think that just because we alter our content that we are progressing. Technique needs tweaking on a regular basis, too.
Thanks Julie. I agree and I appreciated your post on fluffy water. I have another idea buzzing around in my head at the moment about taking some dusk shots on a bridge above a road with a slow shutter speed to get the lights from the traffic to blur. So many ideas so little time.