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December 1, 2010
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Make
PENTAX Corporation
Model
PENTAX K10D
Shutter Speed
30/1 second
Aperture
F/11.0
Focal Length
10 mm
ISO Speed
100
Date Taken
Oct 5, 2010, 6:34:48 PM
Software
Adobe Photoshop CS4 Windows
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Departure by Inebriantia Departure by Inebriantia
Departure


Off to the sea, and to the world of dreams and eternal voyages.

Or should I stay?




José Ramos

Location: Alvor - Portugal

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:gallery: - Official website/portfolio - h t t p:// www.joseramos.com - [link]

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Technical info:

Exposure - 30 seconds
Aperture - f11
ISO - 100
3 stop soft ND Grad filter + 4 stop ND filter


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:iconzakily:
Zakily Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
amazing ambient...great photo!:clap:
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designfotografia Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2011
Fantástica ;)
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FlippinPhil Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2010  Professional Photographer
Looking good mate, liking the vibrant colours, just watch your levelling. ;)
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:iconinebriantia:
Inebriantia Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2010  Professional Photographer
Ahahahah, it is very crooked, you are right. :D

Well, my levelling problems are over. I just went out shooting today for the first time with live view, articulated lcd screen and on-screen horizon levelling indicator. What a dream! :-D
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FlippinPhil Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2010  Professional Photographer
You only just started using the live view? Did you not have it available before? Live view is an absolute dream of a tool, you're right! It allows you to level shots easier with the grid, compose shots easier using the grid as a divider in your shot, it is brighter than looking through the viewfinder (especially in dark conditions of course). You can zoom in and manually focus to get the sharpest results. Able to meter easier, and quicker, and the list goes on.. :D
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Inebriantia Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2010  Professional Photographer
I have been using the K10d for 4 years. I'm far from being a gearhead, so I stayed with it for so long. I bought a used K20d, due to the live view and superior resolution, but I sold it immediatly after, when I noticed I couldn't turn off the long exposure noise reduction.
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lacusonline4 Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
How do you get the colors of the sky like that? Any editing involved?
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:iconflippinphil:
FlippinPhil Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2010  Professional Photographer
It's called a sunset.
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lacusonline4 Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
Haha, I wouldn't know of this "sunset" because I live in "polluted china". But honestly, the sky where you live is beautiful!. Love the colors, I'm surprised no editing went into this picture.
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darkwings16 Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2010  Student General Artist
very cool^^
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