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Coveboy53 March 28, 2016
You have done well with your long lens to make it an in the water shot. My sort of surf photography. What was the lens/lenses used to geet 2400 mm ? and f/8 but quick exposure says your lens must be fast? Patrick
JonDavatzPhotography March 28, 2016
These numbers are weird - the focal length is 240mm
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Coveboy53 March 31, 2016
I never understand Nikon numbers regarding image settings.
You took it so your image you still have will tell you?
JonDavatzPhotography March 31, 2016
It is just VB that puts the focal length like this ....otherwise it is like with all the other cameras
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eelcovanroden August 09, 2016
Wow... I can hear the ROAR!
JonDavatzPhotography August 09, 2016
Thanks - :)

Black & White Wave



A wave in black and white
A wave in black and white
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Contest Finalist in Surf And The Ocean Photo Contest
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Behind The Lens

Location
This photo was taken from the San Clemente Pier in Southern California.
Time
I took this image about 10am in the morning, facing North
Lighting
No additional lighting, just the natural light of the early morning hours.
Equipment
Nikon D5300, 55-300MM Nikkor (kit) lens.
Inspiration
I love watching the waves. Sometimes, when I am 'bored' shooting surfing photos or in between, I take some photos of the waves rolling in.
Editing
Post processed with NIK Collection (now available for free)
In my camera bag
My Nikon D5300, 16-55mm and 55-300mm lens (Nikkor)
Feedback
Be patient, take many photos, watch how the waves roll in and take many photos until you know when to push the shutter.

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