Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by ShakeyBlakey, Apr 5, 2008.
Snow melting on the rocks during my visit to Bulgaria in January
Another cracking shot! The lighting is beautiful, and the water looks as if it's painted.
I didn't even register that as water at first, it looked like mist to me! Long exposure perhaps? Though the way it interacts with the rocks I'm still inclined to think it's a layer of mist...
A really great photo, I love the light on your snow - it's unusual not to see bright white relief-less and shadow-less snow... great job
I think you're right...it's probably mist on the water. I just shortened it to 'water'.
Its only water with a 10 second exposure, that makes it look misty, fuzzy or whatever you want to call it, I used neutral density filters and a tripod so I could leave my shutter open for so long without over-exposing the image.
That's excellent! The muted colors create a very nice atmosphere, and the lighting is gorgeous. I wish I could see a bit more to the right side, I feel like there's some sand or something there to see, but other than that, it's a very well-composed shot. Great work!
Yeah, great shot. Now, I have to go look up "neutral density filter."
The image has a "canvas"-feeling to it, which I am sure you meant to create - and successfully created, after all. I think I'll have to invest in some ND filters for once, after all. I haven't ever so far managed to "nail" that "rushing water" or even "foggy water" aspect... :scratch:
What on earth made you travel to Bulgaria in JANUARY???
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