'Pier'ing into the Distance

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  1. GeorgeUK

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    Taken on the bank of the Thames. Conversion to b&w, sharpened and a high pass filter applied. I wish the focus was sharper on the nearest areas but never mind.

    Taken with my 50mm at f2.8 to try and get the pier to blur towards the background.

    C&C welcome as always :)
     
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    Nicely done and technically OK. These photo's, however, work best when there is not much at the end/horizon as well.

    You create a sense of depth and your eye is leaded to the horizon. In this case to a boat. :D I'm not sure whether I like that or not... :blushing:
     
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    Thanks for the feedback. :thumbup:

    I see what you're saying, unfortuantely iirc that boat it permanently on the other side (I think it is a restaurant or something!). I'll have to find another pier!

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