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I set out a tripod in the ice cave I spotted high on the slope above Thompson Lake. Although the interior looked interesting I wanted to include outside view in the image. After metering both outside and inside I realized I'm not going to have detail in both. So I decided on 2 perfect exposure shots , one in, one out, with the same f-stop, varying exposure time only. Later I combined them in PS.
derx - 12-29-15 3:10 PM
great picture!
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hyperfocal - 07-8-15 6:13 AM
shapencolour wrote:

This is outstanding.Too bad that 21/2.8 Biogon is not usable on digital FF.\n\n\n
Actually dirk@japanexposures.com converts the G lenses, including 21 to M (Leica ) mount, as well as sells already converted lenses.
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shapencolour - 07-7-15 9:37 AM
This is outstanding.Too bad that 21/2.8 Biogon is not usable on digital FF.
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dalth500 - 07-7-15 8:47 AM
Nice ice cave- with the drought situation here in the Western US this kind of opportunity may become more and more rare
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hyperfocal - 07-7-15 8:23 AM
6-7 feet.
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JT - 07-7-15 8:17 AM
Way cool. How deep was the cave?
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Thompson Lake From Inside Ice Cave. Washington State.

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