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    Amelie riding the rapids

    Amelie, being a Labrador, loves water, though from her expression in this shot, she may have bitten off more than she can chew!
    D700 Nikon 28-300, 1000/sec @ f5.6

    Amelie riding the rapids

    I was too early, with this shot, she almost entered the beam of light, which was what I was hoping for!

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    Re: Amelie riding the rapids

    Jeff I love the composition of this shot. I think the beam of light might have created a glare on her beautiful black coat, with all the black predominating this image I like the light where it is... just wanna say great shot!!

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    Amelie riding the rapids

    This picture was taken as I need to experiment with adjusting shutter speed
    Taken with Nikon D5000 With a 60mm micro lens at f5, 1/5 second, ISO200.

    Comments are welcomed good or bad.

    Love the picture of Amelie riding the rapids. I see nothing wrong with the composition. I think it is a great shot. Keep up the good work.

    Valerie

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    Re: Amelie riding the rapids

    Quote Originally Posted by Valerie View Post
    Amelie riding the rapids

    This picture was taken as I need to experiment with adjusting shutter speed
    Taken with Nikon D5000 With a 60mm micro lens at f5, 1/5 second, ISO200.

    Comments are welcomed good or bad.

    Love the picture of Amelie riding the rapids. I see nothing wrong with the composition. I think it is a great shot. Keep up the good work.

    Valerie
    Good job getting the texture in the water, and a nice composition too.

    Best regards

    J

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