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Another archive piece. Always loved the lines on this but the with the 3 shot 1EV spread on my old FZ50 missed some of the shadow details and I was frustrated trying to process it back then as I wanted to pull more of the boats features into the shot. Tried again, this is as good as it will get! Shooting into the sun with HDR can be a challenge but generally works well with landscapes, a tripod and as many shots as you can get to pull the details together. There is no way a tripod could have been used on this shot however (and many of the others I attempt) laying on the dock hanging the camera inches over the water and using the articulating LCD to frame it up -;0)
My dream camera would be one that auto brackets up to 9 shots and has the articulating LCD, I might have to give up coffee and take up yoga to keep a steady hand in these situations however!
Also by John Adams
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