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NIKON CORPORATION
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NIKON D200
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Dec 12, 2010, 12:05:50 PM
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Beach at Vasey's Paradise by Rhavethstine Beach at Vasey's Paradise by Rhavethstine
This was the beach at Vasey's Paradise in Marble Canyon.
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FuzzLuv Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2011
Awesome. We need to go for a hike next time I visit. Teach me your ways.
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xelf Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2011
Love the inverted perspective!
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Superpouf Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2011
wow! I could stare at this for hours. I keep seeing different images. I love how reflections... no matter how clear, still have the aura of surreal. It's like a floating island. Great shot, James!
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Hector42 Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Nice reflection. It looks so clear, did you use a polarizer?
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Rhavethstine Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2011
I think I took my polarizer off in this location, as I was going for the reflections. Thanks. :)
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Hector42 Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Sure you were goning for the reflections...you can not only make them fainter, but also make them brighter with a polarizer, since it passes only 50 % of unpolarized light, but it passes 0-100% of polarized light. 90 degrees from the "kill reflections" setting you have a "make reflections twice as bright as natural" setting ^^. So both is possible, making reflection darker and also brighter in relation to the non reflected light. And that's why I asked ^^ .
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Rhavethstine Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2011
Ah, good to know why that happens. Thanks for the info. :)
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scotto Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2011   Photographer
the light on the waters surface seems to create a new layer of rock for the foreground which is almost the background! :)
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Rhavethstine Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2011
Hehe, I like your way of looking at it. Thanks. :)
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JamesHackland Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2010   Photographer
Well seen! A very powerful image.
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