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Coal Harbour, Vancouver Canada
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June 13, 2017
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F-stop : f/16
Exposure Time: 30sec.
ISO: 125

Filters: 105mm Lee Landscape Polariser, 0.9 Lee Soft Edge GND Filter & 6 Stops Lee ND Filter.

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June 14, 2017
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Awesome photo! Great composition. I like how the curve leads us into the photo. And of course you are a master of using filters. Did you go on a seaplane tour? 

June 15, 2017
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A really nice shot.  30 second exposure…. did you have to experiment with that or get it on the first go?
Not a soul in sight.. most have been early morning.

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June 15, 2017
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easyexposure said
Awesome photo! Great composition. I like how the curve leads us into the photo. And of course you are a master of using filters. Did you go on a seaplane tour?   

🙂 Wow, thanks Oksana. No, I just went to shoot sunset. This place is located in downtown Vancouver which is around 15mins. from my place.

Clouds are actually not moving when I took the shot and sun is already on the horizon which makes the filter unnecessary but since I want the water to be smooth, I opted to use 6 stops and need to bump up my ISO to 160 to achieve a 30 sec. exposure.

June 15, 2017
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Mandrake said
A really nice shot.  30 second exposure…. did you have to experiment with that or get it on the first go?
Not a soul in sight.. most have been early morning.  

Thanks Mandrake. This is actually a sunset shot.

Got it on the first try since I know what I wanted for this shot. I just want the water to be smooth and 30sec. exposure is normally enough to achieve what I wanted. Sun is already on the horizon so I don’t need to worry about blown out sky, all I need to do is basically expose the foreground properly.

June 18, 2017
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Two thumbs up.

June 20, 2017
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Justin C. said
Two thumbs up.  

Thanks for the compliments Justin. 

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