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Old Jun 19, 2008, 8:43 AM   #1
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Today, strolled along this stream again. Mosquitoes swarmed over my head for their 'rum'. This time, I used a Konica Minolta A2 which is much lighter and easier to shoot. The shutter speed was around 1/3 to 1/4 of a second, much faster than last time using the Nikkor 18-200mm. The aperture for the following shots was from f9 to 11.

1 Not that milky anymore as the shutter speed goes faster.



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Old Jun 19, 2008, 1:39 PM   #2
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Impressive series even at the first sightYou really made your Konica sing followed by quite a decent pp!!

My favourite is#1with the perfectly unobstructed composition! On the other hand I must sayI quite liked the'reclining' mossystone in #3at the foreground in terms of composition again!!
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Impressive series even at the first sightYou really made your Konica sing followed by quite a decent pp!!

My favourite is#1with the perfectly unobstructed composition! On the other hand I must sayI quite liked the'reclining' mossystone in #3at the foreground in terms of composition again!!
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Rain stopped. Got a day-off and took these as I further ascended the stream.

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Peter,

Seven, you hit the fuzzy sweet spot. How does the eye see. Pretty much as here, at times. Great all of them. Thanks

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Slow shutter speed presentation is like the skill used in impressionism. A very useful skill that is often overlooked. The raining days in Hong Kong lately reminds me of that. Perhaps, will do something about it in the near future. Many thanks again for viewing and giving comments. Peter
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Excellent series again well done
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