Seascape, Bulgaria

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  1. ShakeyBlakey

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    Snow melting on the rocks during my visit to Bulgaria in January
     
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    Another cracking shot! The lighting is beautiful, and the water looks as if it's painted.
     
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    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 :)

    C.
     
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    I think you're right...it's probably mist on the water. I just shortened it to 'water'.
     
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    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.
     
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    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!
     
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    Yeah, great shot. Now, I have to go look up "neutral density filter." :)
     
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    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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