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Chris Collacott
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Is this Photoshop?  

Actually, it's a 3 image panoramic using a 10-stop filter, a physical filter in front of the lens - which achieves the cloud time-lapse effect in the sky.  There are some very neat effects you can get out without using post-processing.   Of course, since I shoot using a DSLR - some digital processing is required :)   Come visit here too! http://on.fb.me/RmIdvk 
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One Galaxy, One Cloud, and many spots!
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Where on earth is this?   For more, please like my FB as well :  http://on.fb.me/N0LHaQ
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Do you like clouds and buildings?   Also, if you LIKE this image, please come LIKE my page too in FB: http://on.fb.me/P8plTA
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Um, ok, so what is this???   Can anyone guess? :)  
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Pano of the Day!   Well, week I guess - I have to admit I don't get out enough to have a new one each day, lol.   Well, summer has finally arrived in VanCity - so finally some clear cloudless skies for sunsets.  While I do prefer the perfect clouds to glow in the dark red brilliance of the setting sun, the clear blue hues still help contrast with the city skyline and all the details within.   Also, if you LIKE this image, please come LIKE my page too in FB: http://on.fb.me/P8plTA
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Photo of the day! Point Atkinson, aka, Lighthouse Park - one of my favorite locations to shoot. I just love the contrast of the rugged rocks vs the smooth silky sea in the background. This is one of the more challenging shots as it is long exposure (using 10-stop & 3-stop ND reverse graduated filter) in addition to being a pano. Of course, the best part is just hanging out with this view! Have a good one! If you like this photo, please LIKE my page in FB!  http://on.fb.me/N0LHaQ 
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Are those colours photoshopped in??  nope!   The reason the ocean has a 'blue' spot is because there happens to be a huge spotlight from the shore, shining to show manta rays feeding on the surface of the water.   The sky got a bit pinker than normal because i was using a cheaper ND grad filter at the time, and gave it a bit of a red/pink tone.   You don't see any manta rays because it's a 30 second exposure, so they are kidna lost in time ;).  WEB: www.avision.ca - FB: http://on.fb.me/N0LHaQran
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