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Driftwood on the Olympic Pennisula

MJJacob

Victor, US
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MJJacob Silver Member Nikonian since 21st Jan 2010
Sun 11-Nov-12 09:38 PM

I am going through some photos of a trip to Washington this past spring and remember how cold and rainy/snowy it was. Even the Ho rain forest had snow! Here is a feeling of the weather we endured. It was getting dark out and I decided on the 30 sec exposure and am wondering if in that 30 seconds the tripod sunk a little and that's why the right side of the wood isn't as sharp as the majority of the image or did I mess up the focus? Hmmm? Thanks for looking and C&C's always wanted.

D700
Manual exposure
24-70mm @ 42mm
F/22
30 sec exposure
iso 200
tripod

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