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Re: OT Clouds

I love the depth perspective on the soybeans/storm pic.  Impressive.  It 
just draws you into the scene.


Christopher P. Lindsey wrote:

>>Beautiful...do you enter any in contests? Any special lenses?
>No contests -- I'd never win.  Although I'm flattered that you asked.  :)
>The lens was a 28-105mm zoom, f/3.5d-4.5d.  In these cases I think I had 
>it opened all the way to 28mm f/3.5d.
>The stormy soybeans one also had a polarizing filter on the lens to 
>intensify the clouds and remove glare from the soybeans.  It was a long
>time ago, though. 
>I haven't taken many landscape photos lately.  Haven't been into it very
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