Evening Draws In On Mill

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  1. John E.

    John E. TPF Noob!

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    More Industrial shots. I tried sharpening after resizing, may have overdone it :oops:


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    The water? in the first one looks amazing. I'm guessing these were taken during the day since the sky is white. They don't appear over-sharpened to me. Great shots.
     
  3. John E.

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    Thanks :) The waves were about 1ft high, but my exposures ranged from 2-10 secounds which ended up giving the water an unusual look.
     
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    the water looks like polluted swamp monster water. :lol:
     
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    Not really. I'm telling myself that my glasses are just working really well right now :wink: I really like the time exposure action. Or Ummm......maybe...no.....oh well.............Funny how action is emphasized in photography with the 'lack there of' on our part huh? :p

    Well done.........
     
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    Looks great to me. Like the middle one best.

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    Maybe just a teensy bit over sharpened, but if you hadn't mentioned it I probably wouldn't have noticed.

    Super water in the first two shots, looks almost fog-like. Well done pics!


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    My favorite is the second one. Love the soft water and the smoke billowing up from the long exposure. Like the composition too. And nice colors. But the sky looks unreal on my screen, and the white highlight in the rocks is distracting. Still, it's a keeper!
     
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    I love the first one...
     
  10. John E.

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    Thanks for your replies :D

    Damn near broke my leg on that shooting. Could not trespass on mill property, so I had to take the long way around through ditches, thickets, long grass and those damn rocks that blend into the ground!

    Note to myself and others: Always pack a Flashlight. :roll:
     
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    :) a flashlight does help.

    I like the first one with the contrast between the warm and cool tones.

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    Very nice! Excellent control of exposure and composition. No oversharpening too me! Thanks for risking life and limb to bring these fine images our way. :cheer:
     

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