Fire & Ice

Discussion in 'The Gallery' started by baar01, Jul 10, 2010.

  1. snoop_wog

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    Wicked photo... There is something about it that just doesn't even look real.
     
  2. Vrm

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    Love everything about this one!!
    CPL?
     
  3. snowman

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    This.Is.Freakin.Awesome :)


    If you want to do high-res backgrounds of it, I'd be grateful! It's great incentive for me to save for my NZ trip :)
     
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    baar01

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    Thanks all. I don't usually give away high res versions of my work. What size is the norm these days, 1920 x 1080?
     
  5. derb

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    sounds great to me. thanks very much!
     
  6. Romen

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    Or 1920 x 1200 for 16:10 :) *hint hint*
     
  7. wzeng21

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    that shot is freakn awsum.... man i want it for my desktop on my mac as well now....

    also is it possible you tell us what equipments and settings you used for the photo? im new to slr and would like to do something as magnificent as this some day as well.
     
  8. greebs

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    Great shot and I like the name too. I was at Lake Tekapo a few months back, but the wind was such that there were 2 foot waves and whitecaps on the lake. The sun disappeared for a few days too.
     
  9. aramis

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    Love those rocks mate, they look fantastic. Excellent landscape image dude.
     

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