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 Posted: Sun Jun 6th, 2010 06:15 pm
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GREAT PICS WILL

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Thanks Will! I will make some more of this type in the weeks to come with other diversThumbsUp02.gif

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Hammerfjord wrote:


William.. this is one of the best pics i've seen.. congrats!!!

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afc14284 wrote:
Hammerfjord wrote:


William.. this is one of the best pics i've seen.. congrats!!!


THANKS, much appreciated!thankyou.gif

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Will... Where did the pics go!!!!whichone.gif I regularly checked this thread to enjoy those wonderful pics....

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afc14284 wrote:
Will... Where did the pics go!!!!whichone.gif I regularly checked this thread to enjoy those wonderful pics....
Rules changed about pics format at 3T and those who was framed just went away due to that, but here are them again!






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Thumbsup3.gifthumbsup.gifyou rock.gif

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Tony Duronio wrote:
Thumbsup3.gifthumbsup.gifyou rock.gif
Thanks Tony!

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Those are some excellent shots

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But a question on your technique. I am assuming to get the soft effect on the water you had a slightly long exposure, but how did you manage to have the seconds hand from not blurring?

You clearly have your crown pushed in, so did you take the battery out?

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Mr.Berserker wrote:
But a question on your technique. I am assuming to get the soft effect on the water you had a slightly long exposure, but how did you manage to have the seconds hand from not blurring?

You clearly have your crown pushed in, so did you take the battery out?
Thanks !
I used an old digital camera: Pocket model from 2003. I always had great shots with it.
This watch is automatic: Housing a 2824-2. The watch was running when I took the pictures.
You can observe that the shots was taken at different time laps: I use like 10 minutes to do them all and did choose the bests after.
There's no effects what so ever on those pictures: Made them in my stream close to my cabin during summer time.

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Hammerfjord wrote: afc14284 wrote:
Will... Where did the pics go!!!!whichone.gif I regularly checked this thread to enjoy those wonderful pics....
Rules changed about pics format at 3T and those who was framed just went away due to that, but here are them again!



Once again you have me enjoying these wonderful pics.... You really have a talent and even considering that you're using an old digital camera makes it even greater...you rock.gif

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