Long exposure Jetty

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  1. bachamp

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    Milky Water
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    Lets hope this one does not get stolen...

    Taken using a ND400
     
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  2. Arbite

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    Really cool shot. Love the way the water is milky, yet clear enough to see the jetty legs.
     
  3. Psychotik

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    Sweet shot, although, thats not much of a jetty is it!! Think I've found what I want to buy next, ND400. Is yours a screw in or goes in a holder?
     
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    screw on, I didn't think you could get one for the holder. Bugger that would have been handy...
     
  5. Psychotik

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    I don't know if you can. I know Cokin don't do one, I've got P-series gear and I can't find one anywhere. Not sure about Lee though or other brands.
     
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    Lee don't.
     
  7. Deftone2k

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    Just loook up the company's product range..

    Love the shot bachamp, especially the movement into white at the top :thumbup:
     
  8. wisie

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    Beautiful shot! The exposure of the jetty is spot on. How long was your exposure?
     
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    60 secs at f8
     
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    great high key!
     
  11. Xang

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    My ND400 is a screw-on, I'd love to have one in drop-in though, would make life soooooooo much easier. Know for sure that Cokin don't do one, haven't tried looking too hard elsewhere. Would definitely encourage me to invest in a holder+grads though.

    Great photo, btw. =)
     
  12. ChaoS-GoD

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    Quick! Someone crop it a bit and add a cityscape in the background and claim it as their own work! :D
     
  13. QuakeDude

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    Thats fantasic!! I was going to head down to Frankston tonight to try and get a similar shot - Redbubble's got a "Busted up old piers, jetties & wharves" challenge happening in their Black and White group.

    That is truely inspirational :thumbup:
     
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    LOL!

    On topic though, nice image. I dig that in a big way :thumbup:
     
  15. FatBoyNotSoSlim

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    Lovely photo bachamp. From the title, I was expecting a large shot of a jetty with the trails of human movement, similar to long exposures of car headlights at night, but what i got instead was pure art.
    I was thinking the silhouette of some dude in front of it.... but a cityscape will work too. :lol:
     
  16. [kane]

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    Beaut shot, I'm a huge fun of the high key stuff, well exposed/pp etc, love the comp really brings out the details, and draws u on, would be a neat print, or even a iphone background ;)

    Nice work.

    Thanks
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    Thanks for the comments.

    I have a wall that needed a big print (2m x 1.5m). Wanted something simple, high key. So went out to get this sort of shot. Was really happy with it.
     
  18. MrMagoo2

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    Heh I was kind of thinking its a bit like a stairway to heaven
     
  19. Danske

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    Really nice shot mate.

    Has someone stolen one of your works before? If so, link?
     
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    that's an awesome photo dude :thumbup:
     

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