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I like the image, it conveys a very tranquil scene. Just 2 criticisms, is it perhaps slightly underexposed? And I was wondering why you use such a small aperture, since this could impact image quality. I suppose it was because you didn't have an ND filter available?
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Originally posted by braisim braisim wrote:

I like the image, it conveys a very tranquil scene. Just 2 criticisms, is it perhaps slightly underexposed? And I was wondering why you use such a small aperture, since this could impact image quality. I suppose it was because you didn't have an ND filter available?
Thanks for sharing.


Thanks for youre reply.

This shot I take this morning at sunrise. I did take this with a ND filter (ND 64) but I take youre suggestion and try next time a bigger aperture.

Theo
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