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    Nikon D7000
    Nikkor 12-24mm f/4
    Hitech GND 0.9 + GND 0.6
    5 sec

    Single Shot - No HDR - No Multi-Exposure Merge
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    1. Very Nice! How Much? 50 months ago | reply

      very nice shot! amazing sky

    2. PatrickSmithPhotography 50 months ago | reply

      Woah... you nailed this one!
      It looks too cold to even be outside let alone get a great shot like this.


    3. alonsodr 49 months ago | reply

      BEautiful colours and so interesting foreground, mate

    4. Almost* 49 months ago | reply

      danggggg so beautiful!

    5. 號獃 H.D 49 months ago | reply

      A truly outstanding shot!!! Fantastic!

    6. JaveFoto 49 months ago | reply

      nice work on this one.

    7. yameme 49 months ago | reply

      Nice color and composition!!

    8. DavidFrutos 48 months ago | reply

      Outstanding work!!!

    9. Adam Randell 48 months ago | reply

      Thats some sweet clouds you got there mate!! The ice detail makes this one Gary!!

    10. johopo (john) 48 months ago | reply

      Wonderful composition, tones and capture, Gary!

    11. ©Helminadia Ranford 47 months ago | reply

      wow outstanding composition,light and color....super be landscape !!!

    12. Kuanying Fu 47 months ago | reply

      love all photos in the set!

    13. danny | PHOTOGRAPHY 44 months ago | reply

      Instant favorite!!! Thanks Gary...

    14. Eduardo Godin 37 months ago | reply

      Amazing shot!!!
      I wonder if you could tell me about the filters you used in this shot. I mean they are soft or hard NDs as I am planning to buy some hitech gnds and I'm not sure which one should I buy because of the cropped sensor ( I have a d5100) because i read for cropped sensor the hards are the ones to go?! and soft are for full frames cameras.
      Thanks in advance and sorry for my poor English!

    15. Gary Ngo | Photography 37 months ago | reply

      I use hard NDGrad filters mainly. :)

    16. danny | PHOTOGRAPHY 37 months ago | reply

      Great shot!!!! Đẹp quá anh Gary!!!

    17. lovephotos10 37 months ago | reply

      Gorgeous shot and tones. How is the baby?? Holding a camera yet?

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