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I absolutely love this shot, I showed it to a photographer friend of mine the other day (on the old forum) and he thought it was brilliant. I've just ordered my own Hoya R72 lens, now I don't have to use Steve M's emoticon

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Beautiful image.
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Thanks Steve , Tom

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like it - might try one of those IR jobbies - inspired by your pics martin

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Nice capture and composition Martin.

Any idea on exposure time ?

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Yes Steve

37 secs @ f/8 iso 200, Hoya r72, Olympus omd em1, 12~40 Pro zoom at 12mm

Hope that Helps

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