Boley Lake, West Virginia PT 2

  • Posted Oct. 26, 2010 by Jorge L Moro Viewed 6729 times
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Reflections. D700, Nikon 16-35F4 VR @ 35mm. 1/8th second, F5.0, ISO 100, handheld. Singh-Ray Polarizer to reduce reflections to a point where I could see into the pond on the right bottom, BUT, not so much that it would wipe-out the trees in the background.

Lilly Pads. D700, Nikon 70-300VR @ 300mm. 1/30th second, F6.3, ISO 100, Tripod, remote release, Singh-Ray Warming Polarizer to cut reflections in the water for more saturated look. Compared to the above, I didn't want any reflections, or glare.

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      2010.10.25 Edited

      These are fabulous.. I love them both, but the second in my favs now.

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      2010.10.25 Edited

      Gorgeous images. Love the perfect reflection in the first one, but I prefer the simple beauty of the second shot.

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      2010.10.25 Edited

      I love the depth of the colour in these...the compositions are perfect. I really like the reflections in #1...but #2 to my favourites because to me it as everything

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      2010.10.25 Edited

      WOW!!! Where do I begin...both have an EXPLOSION of colors which I love!!! You gave the first such a extraordinary look to it...much like an impressionist painting. #2 I added to my favs...I love lilly pads so much and I have never in my life seen them look as FANTASTIC as this...the fade in the background is AWESOME!!! I'm SO impressed with both :))