Rydal Water, Lake District, England by David McCulloch

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The lonely tree, situated on a mini island adjacent to the shore of Rydal Water, was best viewed from the footpath with a telephoto lens to get a neutral background of water patterns, using a long exposure. Lighting was variable and I waited for a hint of sunlight to illuminate the leaves.


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    Would it be possible to get more exposure details? How long is a “long exposure” – 1/30th of a second or 1 second? f:??? Lens length? ASA? You know, the usual stuff.

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