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East Inlet Reflections #2 by Garth Smith
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Early start to the day to photograph the Stanley Nut and the sunrise from East Inlet in NW Tasmania.
Was blown away when I looked at the times these photos were taken (across the whole shoot) and how long the sunrise lasted. 50 Minutes!!!!!First shot at 6:48 am and the last sunset one (bit hard to tell which you would call the last sunset one) was at about 7:42 am

Nikon D40
Sigma 10-20mm lens @ 10mm
ISO200
F/22
6 seconds
3 stop graduated ND filter
6 stop ND filter
cropped

featured in Photography 101 group 4th June 2009
featured in Nikon D40X Users group 19th July 2009

Tags

clouds, sky, sunrise, dawn, inlet, skyscape, east, nut, stanley

Comments

  • micheleirene
    micheleireneover 5 years ago

    Oh! I think I like this better than #1….hope you don’t mind me saying that?! Great composition and colours Garth……very lovely :)

  • Thank you for your comments Shelly.
    I dont mind at all if you like one better than the other, lifes like that. It would be pretty boring if we all liked exactly the same thing with no variation. I actually like hearing peoples preferences.

    – Garth Smith

  • Ron Fitzgerald
    Ron Fitzgeraldover 5 years ago

    magical image well done

  • Thank you Ron

    – Garth Smith

  • JimFilmer
    JimFilmerover 5 years ago

    Excellent Garth… incredible curvature of the water..as if on the edge of the world

  • Thank you Jim, yes it does look a bit like that, I hadnt looked at it in that way, thank you, almost looks like a land bridge.

    – Garth Smith

  • Vicki Ferrari
    Vicki Ferrariover 5 years ago

    Another WOW shot there Garth! I am really going to look into these ND’s! They seem to allow such saturation and smoothness, with the slower shutter speed! Of course, you have to have your eye to see the image in the first place! Wonderful work!

  • Thank you very much Vicki, yes they definitely help to keep colour and stop blown highlights. First one to buy would be a 3 stop graduated neutral density.

    – Garth Smith

  • Vicki Ferrari
    Vicki Ferrariover 5 years ago

    Wanna buy a photo or ten so I can afford one?!! Happened to see the price of CLPolar in a shop the other day – they weren’t that dear when I bought mine!!! Thanks for your help Garth!

  • I know exactly what you mean Vicki, what used to be $30 is now $150.

    – Garth Smith

  • debsphotos
    debsphotosover 5 years ago

    Love the colours Garth!!! Beautiful smooth image!!! *-)

  • Thank you very much Debs

    – Garth Smith

  • Andrew Stockwell
    Andrew Stockwellover 5 years ago

    Wow, this is wonderful. Great reflection, color, light, and comp. Great shot!

  • Thank you for the kind words Andrew

    – Garth Smith

  • anneoc
    anneocover 5 years ago

    Super Garth, you two are doing very well with the great light. I have to get out and about again soon.

  • Thanks Anne, yes its great to be out amongst it. Especially on mornings as peaceful as this was.

    – Garth Smith

  • davidShandley
    davidShandleyover 5 years ago

    Fabulous again like both shots

  • Thank you David, I’m glad only too glad I could be there to snap the natural wonder that unfolded before us.

    – Garth Smith

  • David Clarke
    David Clarkeover 5 years ago

    The macon blade is still there, Garth! – the rower in me is emerging here! Great shot, excellent composition.

  • Thank you David, not a bad effort for a bottom of the range Nikon eh? ;-)

    – Garth Smith

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