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Seven Degrees
  Seven Degrees
Seven Degrees
Last February it hit 7 degrees with a -4 windchill, and had snowed on top of a 4-day ice storm. The frozen tree caught my eye, then I noticed the deer tracks, and it all seemed to come together as the sun rose. 3-stop Singh-Ray ND Grad controlled the sky; 17-35mm lens, probably around 1/15 sec @ f/14.
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Tiia Vissak
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    Beautiful! Great composition!

10/16/2007 1:49:41 PM

 
Ruth Robbins
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I aggree. It is lovely. It looks so cold and I love the deer tracks to give it a sense of life.

10/16/2007 1:52:50 PM

 
Paul D.
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Thank you both!

10/16/2007 1:54:10 PM

 
Ruth Robbins
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Conratulations on yur EFP!! :-D

10/22/2007 4:47:38 PM

 
Emile Abbott
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Paul I have never visited you before but great gallery and captures. You will really love the 5D it is a fabulous full frame camera (there is a 5D club under the BP clubs as well) Read the manual and try something new each time you get a chance. I carry a 20D and 5D all the time (it will not support 16 gig CF cards however so stick to 8 or 4 gig cards) It's sensor loves to collect so learn to clean the sensor (I use the copperhillimages.com eclipse system). Great easy and cheap and they have a tutorial to show you how. First change the lenses only if you have to and be quick with the camera turned off when you do. I clean my sensor with each lens change now unless I can not. I hope you enjoy yours as much as I do mine (wish I had the time to use it more but the day job consumes my time. Happy holiday and enjoy that awesome camera.

11/23/2007 3:19:06 PM

 
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