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    My Nikon Life - My photo

    Hi there AP'ers,

    A recent development (to which I am not paid) but very happy about, is one of my images featured on the scroll on the My Nikon Life homepage.

    Image is "Know Your Magic" - Image 8 of 8
    http://mynikonlife.com.au/

    Touch Me In The Morning (and last thing at night)

    Keep my body warm baby,
    You know it feels right.

    ^ Applicable to this morning's sunrise at Ipswich. A very cold frosty, foggy morning greeted us, as well as this gorgeous (albeit delayed) sunrise.

    ISO100 | 18mm| f9 | 1/1000sec
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    Just had to post my happy happy joy joy!
    Wasn't sure where to post... if this is in the wrong forum please feel free to move!
    anyone else had some unexpected - but awesome, exposure recently?
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    Congratulations Mel.
    You work hard for the shots, and the results show it. I love the rays in this shot
    Di
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    Congratulations. I love the photo !
    Nikon D90 with Nikon 18-200mm f3.5-5.6 Nikon 50mm f1.8, Tamron 90mm macro f2.8, Sigma 10-20mm f/4 - 5.6, SB-600, Manfrotto tripod and head.
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    Congratulations

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    thats a mighty fine photo too. congrats.

    and no i havent had any stunning exposures of late... my pics on here havent even had many comments here

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    absolutely wonderful and well done .. stunning




    Constructive Critique and editing of my images is welcome and appreciated.

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    nice one, good company too
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    Congrats on a nicely seen, executed and now recognised image!
    The world is an AMAZING place . . .
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    Very Nice! =]

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    good on you Mel. Nice shot too.
    Graeme
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    Well done that shooter
    Cheers

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    cheers everyone!

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    Good work Mel. Congratulations
    Margaret

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    Nice work, congrats.


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    well done, thats a nice shot

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    Congratulation it's nice photo.

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    That is a mightily fine exposure. On nom nom nom!

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    A very nicely captured image for sure.

    But how you've managed to regain any detail in the shadow area( in the foreground) with those exposure settings is beyond my level of comprehension!
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    Quote Originally Posted by arthurking83 View Post
    A very nicely captured image for sure.

    But how you've managed to regain any detail in the shadow area( in the foreground) with those exposure settings is beyond my level of comprehension!
    cheers!
    special processing style... suffice to say my exposure settings were about capturing the main element of the photograph, not necessarily how i 'saved" the foreground.

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