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    Wildlife Moderator Steve Kaluski's Avatar
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    This is the third trip to this location and definitely the best of the three and so this one is for Andrew McL, as he has been following things...

    This is my take on the Negri ice wall, just having some fun, dropped in a 0.6ND Lee and popped on the Lee 100 CPL to get some drama with the light, hope you like it.

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    Subject: Negri ice wall
    Location: Svalbard
    Camera: Canon 5D MKIV
    Lens: 24-70 f/2.8 MKII
    Exposure: 1/800s at f/11 ISO500
    Original format: Landscape, slight crop from the bottom FF width
    Processed via: LRCC Classic & PSCC2019

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    It looks a pretty sombre place, I find it a little unsettling it looks as if bad weather as opposed to good is on it's way. I guess this is one of the areas we have been hearing about and it is melting fast? I think it is a well exposed and processed image but it seems to make me feel a little sad somehow.

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    Great clouds in the one. Like the framing and the detail as well. It does look quite dramatic not something you would see everyday.

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    Beautiful scene Steve. I like it as is :)

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    Hi Steve .... cracking image !!
    Well composed , lots of drama cause of light and sky .
    Just surprised to see the obvious noise in the sky ...

    TFS Andreas

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