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    Default Fishing landscapes

    This is a new 'sticky' thread for fishing landscape or fishery photos etc.

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    Fog It!



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    Three views of 'The Dyke' at the top of Morphie beat on the North Esk. Taken yesterday at the end of the day's fishing, so light about right for it anyway

    Had me old 40D with me in case something came up. Coupled with a Tamron Superzoom 18-270mm - gets you anything if you are prepared to fix chromatic aberration in ACR. No ND filter, but pressed a polariser into service (2 stops) and stopped down to lengthen shutter speed to the max. Had a mini-tripod with me (essential). Took sets of 3 shots on AEB at -1, 0, +1 EV, which were processed in ACR6 and then exposure-blended in Photomatix Pro 3.

    Although the forum software displays at 758 pixels max on the long axis, I think landscapes in particular benefit from viewing at the largest size available, so I have sized these at 1000 wide. If you click on the images they should display at full size.









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    lake Caspe and river Ebro Spain




    river Ebro







    WHEN YOU LEAVE THE RIVER, TAKE NOTHING, AND LEAVE ONLY FOOTPRINT'S!!!

    THA CAN TELL A YORKSHIREMAN ,BUT THA CAN'T TELL HIM MUCH !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stuartpengs View Post
    Nice shots cu wader, the top one is a cracker.
    Thank you.

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    [QUOTE

    Had me old 40D with me in case something came up. Coupled with a Tamron Superzoom 18-270mm - gets you anything if you are prepared to fix chromatic aberration in ACR. No ND filter, but pressed a polariser into service (2 stops) and stopped down to lengthen shutter speed to the max. Had a mini-tripod with me (essential). Took sets of 3 shots on AEB at -1, 0, +1 EV, which were processed in ACR6 and then exposure-blended in Photomatix Pro 3.
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    Nothing technical there then capnfishy.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by wingman View Post
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    Had me old 40D with me in case something came up. Coupled with a Tamron Superzoom 18-270mm - gets you anything if you are prepared to fix chromatic aberration in ACR. No ND filter, but pressed a polariser into service (2 stops) and stopped down to lengthen shutter speed to the max. Had a mini-tripod with me (essential). Took sets of 3 shots on AEB at -1, 0, +1 EV, which were processed in ACR6 and then exposure-blended in Photomatix Pro 3.
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    Nothing technical there then capnfishy.....
    That's 1.1.1 stuff - you are supposed to have been keeping up with this - there will be a test, you know
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    Ben Venue, overlooking loch achray in the trossachs

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    Quote Originally Posted by stuartpengs View Post
    Love the shots Col. I keep meaning to try and get round to taking some shots of moving water with some ND filters, so expect a few PM's soon asking for some tips.
    Stu - First tip would be to have an ND that is the same thread as your lens. That's where I went wrong at the weekend

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    Quote Originally Posted by cu wader View Post
    Mist in the early morning hours on the dock, of the cabin I rented at Lac Le Jeune Lake, BC.
    Like that one cu wader. Can't beat the early morning mist shots for atmos...


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