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Old Sep 29, 2011, 7:53 PM   #1
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I like the calm and serenity that this composition conveys!

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Old Sep 30, 2011, 12:18 PM   #3
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Thanks Wingman. I was trying a CP stacked with a NDX8. Got some nice skies, waters and saturated colors without needing too much pp. A recommended exercise.
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Like this, Ordo. Looks very tranquile.
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Thanks sir.
BTW: your flickrs gallery is a charm. Lots of classic, great pics with a very special way of framing.
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Nice work. I've tried stacking filters too, but for one reason or another the shots never turn out very well. I have to zoom in to avoid vignetting and the pics always come out on the soft side. My cameras don't like a lot of extra glass in front of the lens I guess.
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toshi: the circular polarizer is a slim one, to avoid vignetting when going wide angles. But even so, many times i have the same problem. It's a trade i guess. Thanks for commenting.
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From the angle you shot and, presumably a telephoto lens, it makes the one horse in the distance look like a miniature pony.
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Thanks Ordo, thats real nice of ya to say so.
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