Sunrise In Kuantan


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iceberg

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i like the pics esp with respect to the reflections and the details of the ground... i guess for pic2... the details of the sky can be shown more if you have used an NDgrad filter?
 

binbeto

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Like #4 best for it's colour.

The composition of #3 is good with the boat at te right place, pity the colour of the sky is lousy.

Notice a few of the pics, esp the last few have slanted horizon.

Maybe just post a few to strength the content of this post. Too many pics will weaken the better one in a series.
 

Waffle

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WOAH.

O.O

:thumbsup:
 

Witness

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oh,.....retreat like in those kung fu movies???? hole up and practice alone haha....

haha....ya kung fu is good la....maybe i should retreat too....

luv #4...
 

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Nice is an understatement. You shot this digitally or on slide film?
 

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Thanks all for your kind comments and thanks steadyhands for the NDGrad info. Will try to improve on the slanted horizon thing.

I used a gitzo 1220 with manfrotto ballhead( I'm not sure, just borrowed my buddy's tripod) with Nikon FM2 and Sigma EX 20/1.8. Used Fuji superia 100( Wish i had used slides :cry: ) Exposures were all done using bulb setting at f22. I think approx 15-30s( by my estimation of 1000,2000... :D )
except for #4 which was 1/125/f16
 

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