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Early morning mist .

Discussion in 'Miscellany' started by Desmond, Sep 15, 2008.

  1. I had to drive up to Auckland for a two day course and Sunday night set my alarm forward and programmed my brain for an early morning . I woke at 3 am and couldn't go back to sleep so left at 4 am with the camera and tripod .
    The first photo op I came across was this view of the mist with the moonlight ....

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    When I got to Auckland I just had time to race down to the beach for a few shots ....

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    a couple of conveniently placed houses and sheds along the beach ....

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  2. And then after the course I took a stroll with the tripod again ....

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    and zoom in on that one ...

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    add some side flash to this one

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    and all those birds made me feel 'peckish'

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  3. i really like the first one. that is an awesome shot!

    thanks for sharing
     
  4. Thanks , I played with it in ps and the foreground looks beter with a levels adjustment but blows out the sky - I got tired of trying to select them seperately eventually .
     
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