smeatons pier to porth kidney

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    85 seconds @ f/22.0

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    1. Picture This1 . 97 months ago | reply

      This is a great shot

    2. AlexYoung 97 months ago | reply

      I love this shot.
      Feels like I'm standing there now!

    3. carolyn_in_oregon 97 months ago | reply

      so beautiful! I love your composition and the dreamy muted colors

    4. Sol Lang 97 months ago | reply

      Provocative image, seductive colour. Great composition.

    5. vizzo 97 months ago | reply

      very beautiful.At what time of the day did take this picture?

    6. Adam Clutterbuck 97 months ago | reply

      @vizzo - this was taken roughly half an hour after sunset (approx 9 pm according to the file). Thanks

    7. Del Adams 95 months ago | reply

      Fabulous picture. Wonderful composition.

    8. prashantsinghpawar 89 months ago | reply

      can you tell me what is 85 seconds written under the pic.

    9. Adam Clutterbuck 89 months ago | reply

      @prashantsinghpawar - the 85sec is the duration of the photograph - the total time that the shutter was open.

    10. majestictemple2 77 months ago | reply

      I'm looking off the pier from where I sit, totally there.

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    12. Tito (No not Jackson) 46 months ago | reply

      Hey, this may be a dumb question...but how did you leave the shutter open for so long with so much light in the scene? How did you keep it from over-exposure?

      I have been trying to get a shot like this, but when I leave the shutter open for too long (even at f29) the result is always over-exposed and way too bright.

      I love this shot though, you did an awesome job! Love the milky effect the water takes with longer shutter speeds and the dream-like/surreal feel it has to it.

    13. skimtneer 39 months ago | reply

      One way to take such a long exposure in daylight without overexposing is use a Neutral Density (ND) filter.

    14. ايشيبا - ishiba 2 months ago | reply

      or reducing the iso, the aperture and the exposure :)...i think :S

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