Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by invisible, Jun 8, 2009.
An industrial abstract:
f/4 @ 60 mm, 1/1250, ISO 200
Thanks for looking.
Cool abstract, looks like a duck lol.
Interesting, someone from another forum mentioned a bird too... I would've never thought of that... Thank for your comment, dwol.
witches, teddy bears... now ducks.
Nice image. Love the texture on the outside edge.
Took me a sec, but I can see it. Looks more like the Alaska raven though.
I still can't see the duck
nice picture, crispy sharp, perfect exposure, so it's a perfect photo!
Oooh, I LOVE native art from the Pacific Northwest! Most times when I'm shooting abstract, I don't have a clue why certain lines attract me more than others and make pull the trigger. In this particular case, maybe this was what influenced the shot. Thanks much for posting that link.
Thanks very much, Al-Wazeer! Someone from another forum pointed out that an area of the photo was overexposed, and he really was right –see below. Don't know how I missed that, but good to see I was not the only one!
Thanks again everybody!
I didn't notice that!
But I think you had to, to get the details in the front, so you can call this area collateral damage hehe
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