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    what's that reddish cast in the upper/centre region of the photo?
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    i like the way the plants framed the shot. But a pity the slow shutter speed... i know its for the water.. but perhaps wind made the top left leaves move. (blur)

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    "10,000 years ago...water dominate man!
    10,000 years later...man dominate water!"

    anyway...after staring at the pic for sometime...i find one of the rocks in the water looking like my "little brother"...maybe my mind was more "artistic" then you all...hehehehhe

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    Very nice!!
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    Originally posted by AMDer
    i find one of the rocks in the water looking like my "little brother"...
    eh..yr 'little brother' must be 'rock solid then.


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    Mega: you 4got to add a ND filter to ur setup...

    Darn my ND filter lost... cannot take such pics liaoz.

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    if i dun have ND, can use CIR-PL also? heard in circumstances it'll behave like a ND

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    Originally posted by shawntim
    if i dun have ND, can use CIR-PL also? heard in circumstances it'll behave like a ND
    Yes, a polarising filter typically drops the incoming light by 1-2 stops, in addition to filtering out polarised light. However, you may need a greater reduction than that if you're shooting in bright conditions.

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    Thanks for the comments

    FYI , the shots were taken using a Cokin CIR Polariser and ND8 ...
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    Originally posted by megaweb
    Thanks for the comments

    FYI , the shots were taken using a Cokin CIR Polariser and ND8 ...
    need the nd8? the place is quite dark one... I just stopped down a bit and the blur is around the same liao leh..
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    Originally posted by denizenx
    need the nd8? the place is quite dark one... I just stopped down a bit and the blur is around the same liao leh..
    depends on the light conditions... if it's a brite sunny day, even stopping down to the smallest aperture may not give you the long exposure time needed for the foamy frothy water effect...

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