Stunning photo.I really like the colours.
I agree, "Didn't he do well", two shots from one sitting for a change.
If the weather is suitable, go with the flow, eh?
Nice one (again)
too orange IMO
Indeed two beautiful shots, but the Haulashore Island - Revisited was better. This one is a bit orange an the little waves made the other one more exciting to see
is that snow on the mtns i see?
This is really a nice shot, especially the cloud's moving looking. But I can only see one picture here, not two?
One question: in this kind of shots, do you use GND or Reversed GND? I guess should use Reversed GND since the sun is down, am I correct?
I actually did 3 shots - but they're all in seperate threads (look for "Haulashore Island - Revisited" and "Fisherman's Wharf")
No. No GND filters. They're only needed if you want to balance a scene (eg your trying to protect shadow detail or if one portion is a lot brighter than another). In this case the water reflects the sky at around the same level (so no adjustment needed there) and I'm not trying to protect shadow detail (so no adjustment needed there either). The only filter I used was a Singh-Ray Vari-ND to have more control over shutterspeed (that's what gives you the motion blur in the sky, and smooths out some of the ripples a bit).One question: in this kind of shots, do you use GND or Reversed GND? I guess should use Reversed GND since the sun is down, am I correct?
The BIG thing to remember (and I suspect that you've already realized this) is the fact that the best light for photography may be waaaaay after the best light for human eyes. Case in point - take a look at the "Fishernam's Wharf" shot ... I couldn't even see it through the viewfinder (I actually took one shot - "bumped the camera around a bit" until it precisely aligned with "probably just about right" and then took the shot you see there
Uh i see nothing...image not showing up.... oh it just appeared,,,,wow the original is IMO better than the processed one by far,,,love the blues...much better.....