[GORIO] - REMNANTS

Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by gregie27, Oct 9, 2009.

  1. gregie27

    gregie27 TPF Noob!

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    These wooden planks are remnants of what used to be a barge before it got washed away and withered by a storm. :D

    ISO 100 l 17mm l f16 l 1/3" l CPL l .9 NDGRAD SE l 5DMK2 l 17-40L
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    Thanks for looking, :D
     
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    Beautiful, as always :thumbup:
     
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    jaharris1001 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    its a cool shot, I like the motion on the water that you captured,,it appears to me though, that those pilons are driven or sunken into the land almost like a dock and not the remnants of a barge ???
     
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    hi harris, thanks for the comments. id like to correct also my first post. that its not a barge but remnants of pier before. yup your correct on this one.;)

    thanks al, cheers!:thumbup:
     
  5. 1 Pic > 1,000 Words

    1 Pic > 1,000 Words TPF Noob!

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    cool pic, i like the effect created on the water. Is that purely just post-photo editing, or something to do with a longer exposure?
     
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    hi 1 pic! thanks for dropping by, the effect on the water is achieved by exposure setting at 1/3". In my experience its better to capture it using the click of the camera than a click on the mouse. ;)
     

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