JANUARY THEME: Frozen

Forums Monthly Theme JANUARY THEME: Frozen

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  • #8771
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    Peter Robinson
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    Many thanks for your comments guys. I think the black and white version work better than the colour one, especially in the last shot where the blurred bush was a light green. I think the frost on the sun dail makes the picture. Due to the dull weather I couldn’t tell the time that morning!

    #8772
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    Anonymous

    Now the “TIME”   Peter—if weather is dull  when using a sundial—-if hungry–its dinner time LOL   ken  who else???

    #8811
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    Ian McNab
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    Frozen today

    #8812
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    Peter Robinson
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    It makes me shiver just to look at it Ian!

    here’s a different type of frozen. My first attempts at this sort of thing. Plenty of room for some creative improvement , I know. But its a start.

    #8814
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    Anonymous

    nice little crown there Peter.

    #8816
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    Ian McNab
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    That first one’s pretty impressive, Peter. Looks like you’re off to a great start on this project!

    #8817
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    meg cumming
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    Nice frozen scene Mac and no sign of Humanity outside either! Pete I love the crowing droplets a great take of the frozen theme.

    #8827
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    Peter Robinson
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    Thanks for your comments. I found it quite interesting when I was researching this that a flash gun fires at the same power. It’s the duration of the flash that give more light. I suppose it obvious really. So if you set the flash to fire manually at something like 1/64 of full power it will be a very short duration and is more likely to freeze water droplets. You need to have no or little ambiant light or it is unlikely to record and show the movement.

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