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    Jonathan, some incredible shots there - that would have been an amazing experience. I've just returned from Victoria on Vancouver Island and they have the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition on display at the Royal BC Museum (it's on loan from the Natural History Museum, London) and some of the shots are breathtaking.

    We went out on a zodiac yesterday and cruised around with the Orcas, it was completely surreal. They are an amazing creature. Here's a quick one I processed this afternoon.


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    Ben - That looks like fun. That is something my wife has always wanted to do.

    Here is one from the weekend. Got up at 4:30 AM to go get this waterfall at sunrise to add a little color because all the winter shots around here turn out black and white even in full color. However, I ended up getting stuck, and I missed a beautiful sunrise. So all my shots turned out colorless, but this is such a beautiful waterfall that it does not matter to much.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan Huyer View Post
    Hi all -
    "None shall pass!" 500 mm lens with 1.4 TC

    Soaking up the sun. 70-200 mm lens at f/5.6
    This is gorgeous! I looks like a painting.

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    Another from last weekend.


    Bond Falls-4844 by westmichigan, on Flickr
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    Lovely Pat. That kind of scenery is so foreign to me, I can't wait to get stuck into it a bit more over the next couple of months.
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    Quote Originally Posted by conropl View Post
    Another from last weekend.


    Bond Falls-4844 by westmichigan, on Flickr
    Nicely done! How long was the exposure?

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    Great pair of waterfall shots, Pat.... I love them both, and maybe the second one the most because of the composition. I guess I'm a sucker for waterfalls in general, but this one I just keep looking at and enjoying every little element.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan Huyer View Post
    Great pair of waterfall shots, Pat.... I love them both, and maybe the second one the most because of the composition. I guess I'm a sucker for waterfalls in general, but this one I just keep looking at and enjoying every little element.
    Agreed. This is a very nicely done image. The patches of snow/ice in the middle of the falls almost look like they're floating slightly above the water. It gives a great 3D effect to the whole image.
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    Quote Originally Posted by conropl View Post
    Another from last weekend.
    Love them specially the second one. What are the exposure values?

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    +10 one everyones comments, great exposure control on the snow and "slow" water Pat, very compelling B&W.


    And Jonathan I think you are giving Mr. Marriot a run with your wildlife captures. Very good standard, well done to both of you.
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