Lone Poles

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  1. rsilfverberg

    rsilfverberg TPF Noob!

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    Hasselblad 500c/m, 80mm Zeiss lens.
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    Well your "Hasselblad 500c/m, 80mm Zeiss lens" is an excellent shot. Beautiful composition. I can not help but wonder what that wood is doing out there. The highlight detail seems right on. I will bet the print is amazing.
     
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    I saw this one in your gallery and it really stuck out to me. I wish I could take pics like that :shock:

    Looks to me like dock pillars covered in snow :?: or is it just the obvious fence posts
     
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    nice. i bet a print would look better.
     
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    Thanks for your comments.
    These are old poles at the very edge of the beach/sea. This was shot very early in the morning and by spot metering off the slightly darker poles I was able to overexpose the rest of the scene. The scan is very close to how the positive look like.

    Thanks again
     
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    very nice shot, it is hard to describe what makes it so good. A sign of a great shot.
     
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    great shot,
    i love simplicity of the pic ...it works really strong, here
    good work, i would love to see more of your works -;)
     

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