A couple from Parra River

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  1. ElBeasto

    ElBeasto Member

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    I used a Lee 0.6 Hard ND for the first one and the Big Stopper for the second.
    Both were underexposed but the second was worse.
    Still, was happy with the sky that night, there was a really nice sunset. :)

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    River Cat Sunset by stevejwphoto, on Flickr

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    A River's Sunset by stevejwphoto, on Flickr
     
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  2. bevanbraves

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    1. Rivercat: I like the clouds, but i'm not a fan of the rivercat being so blurred.

    2. Movement in sky looks good. Smooth as water looks good as well, great contrast (normally its the other way around).
     
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    Good shots, blacks look overdone on both; also horrific jpeg artifacts in shot 2.
     
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    ElBeasto

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    Thanks for the feed back fellas.

    The second one was grossly underexposed.
    It's been harder than I thought with the Big Stopper, I fuck up with it fairly often. :)
     

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