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This is NOT a B&W "version" of Burgess Brew. A completely different photograph, it was shot about 2 minutes beforehand, over 8 seconds instead of the later 1.6 seconds. Moreover, it was shot in Mono mode with mono settings and processed as such, ie I didn't "convert" it to B&W. I think I like this one better though.

A mid-afternoon rolling storm with intermittent showers at Burgess Beach at Foster on the NSW mid-north coast produced PERFECT "bright light" conditions for using the Hoya ND x400 filter on the Canon TS-E 24mm f3.5L Tilt+Shift lens, with the Tilt function engaged, at the lowest possible ISO.

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