Light shaft in the forest
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Lucaduca




Location: Tauranga NZ
Posts: 239
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· Date: Fri 1-February-2019 · Views: 675 · Filesize: 120.0KB, 735.0KB · Dimensions: 1877 x 1894 ·
Keywords: Fern forest light
Camera: D800E
Lens & Filters: 24-70
Film and/or ISO: 50
Aperture: 5.6
Shutter speed: 1/500
Location: Redwood Forest Rotorua New Zealand
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ctnorm7

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Location: Shelton CT US
Posts: 2,238
Sun 24-February-2019 07:34

A beautiful image!
meadowlark2

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Location: Lethbridge AB CA
Posts: 12,009
Sun 24-February-2019 04:40

Fascinating! I loved seeing this image.
Sharon721


Location: Uxbridge ON CA
Sun 03-March-2019 09:05

Great work...you are an artist for sure Did you use a snoot on your flash to control the light?
risharp


Location: San Diego CA US
Sun 03-March-2019 10:58

fantastic use of lighting
Lucaduca


Location: Tauranga NZ
Posts: 239
Tue 05-March-2019 03:55

Thanks for the feedback. No flash used just natural sunlight breaking through the clouds and canopy of the Redwood trees. Had been raining so lots of wetness to give real punch to the sunlight
Lucaduca


Location: Tauranga NZ
Posts: 239
Tue 05-March-2019 04:03

I will add a couple more to my gallery from same shoot. It was such a wet day we nearly called the visit off. So glad we didnt