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Old Nov 8, 2014, 3:22 AM   #1
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Another "blowy" day in North Wales...
HDR used to capture movement as opposed to a wider dynamic range...
Several exposures combined- all f/8,1/100th sec... FZ150.
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Old Nov 8, 2014, 7:58 AM   #2
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Very nice shot. You were either very lucky, or spent some time planning. Shutter speed was perfect for the vanes.
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Old Nov 10, 2014, 5:03 PM   #3
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I kinda guessed that 1/100th sec would be in the ballpark for what I wanted- and at iso 100 and f/8- that was as slow as I could go anyway in the given lighting....
Turns out it was just what I needed...!
The positioning of the blades was down to the burst mode and me being selective as to which images to combine...
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Nicely done, like the speed of the wind vanes compared to the cow's look of "I'm not in a hurry".
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I actually find this funny. It's like one morning the cows discovers the windmill and goes, "Whoa, who put that there? Hey, you, was this here yesterday? I swear it wasn't..." Very nice capture and edit.
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Thanks calicajun,vvcarpio...
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It just makes my day when I see a photograph I can find nothing wrong with. I agree with all the others about the timing on the blades. And to me, the cow holds this picture together. And she seems to know it. I like it I like it I like it!
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