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Old Apr 5, 2007, 10:45 AM   #1
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Looks to me like you got your set up working real good. You did gooood.

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it looks to me that you were shooting into the sun. not a bad thing but all of them could use a ND grad filter. the sky is blown out but the reflection in water has some nice blues and clouds. using ND grad would help those photos a lot.

apart from that they're nice, sharp an have very pleasant green.

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Looks to me like you got your set up working real good. You did gooood.

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Thanks Roger..I thopught so too!


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it looks to me that you were shooting into the sun. not a bad thing but all of them could use a ND grad filter. the sky is blown out but the reflection in water has some nice blues and clouds. using ND grad would help those photos a lot.

apart from that they're nice, sharp an have very pleasant green.

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Yes it would have helped to have the ND. To me they're not so blown out though. Give me a little more time to get over the sticker shock and I'll get another adapter ring for my Cokin filters and use a polorizer as well as a 120 grad gray on the kit lens...I'm only set up for 55mm right now!

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