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Black Pearls by StefanHefele Black Pearls by StefanHefele
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Black Pearlsby StefanHefele

BLACK PEARLS - Lofoten 2013

Early in the morning I used a little longer exposure and the soft rocks to get a smoothly feeling in this photo. The soft purple-blue colors were helping me.

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Copyright by Stefan Hefele Photography - www.stefan-hefele.de
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augenweide Mar 14, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
your great work is featured here...[link]
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bhalstead Mar 11, 2013   Photographer
Great texture in the foreground!
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Hi :wave:
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:)......Awesome photography :heart:
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torivarn Mar 4, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Fantastic scene :)
Do you use any filters or are you just doing these capture early/late?
I've been experiementing with a 3 stop softgrad + a 3 stop nd from Lee, but I haven't produced more than one shot from using those at this time, but I'm sure I'll use those more actively when the aurora season is over :)
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StefanHefele Mar 16, 2013  Professional Photographer
Sorry for the late reply. I just came back from a trip to the Seychelles.
It depends on the shot. Sometimes I use filters - mostly 3 stop softgrad and 6 stop nd.
Sometimes itīs still dark enough and there is no need for filters. But beeing
at the right time at the right place and catching an amazing light is a requirement
for a successful shot. Most time this happens very early or late - thatīs correct :-).
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torivarn Mar 25, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
I saw your shots from the Seychelles, and I have to admit I do love the way you edit your images. They are so alive and rich in the right colors.
I'm hoping to get some good sunsets in the weeks ahead as nightskies are more or less out of the question within a couple of weeks or so, well at least auroras.

And I totally agree with you, present lighting makes the shot :)
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ChrysteleM Mar 4, 2013
Hi !
You're featured here : [link] :)
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jorgeyu Mar 4, 2013   Digital Artist
This sea is alive! Awesome!
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geiersphotos Mar 3, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Very well done. I'm jealous.
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