weir waterflow

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by dalebe, Aug 30, 2005.

  1. dalebe

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    This is a shot i took over the weekend,of the weir waterflow system, using a 6 x nd filter, converted, and heavily photoshopped using plugins.

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    bump, sorry just resized too big!!!
     
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    OoOoO.. neat. I like the shot alot. Good capture.
     
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    Nice tones, picture has an old time look to it. Water movement looks good too, how long an exposure? May want to clean some of the dust spots off on the right side.
     
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    I like this shot Dave, it has a very nice feel to it. My wife was walking by and said she really likes this. Well done!
     
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    Looks cool, almost painted. I like the tones and sepia like colours
     
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    i love water shots..and this is no exception.....really nice... love the color/tone to it..
     
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    amazing!!! Oo
     
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    awesome shot, and ps work, really like it.. but you need to clean your sensor i think!!
     
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    thanks everyone for your wonderful comments :)
    john, the exposure time was: 1/4sec at f22.0, and thanks for pointing the dust specs out, i can't believe i did'nt notice them, but looking at other images taken on the same day they don't show up, i think perhaps they might be spray spots from the waterfall.
    peter, thanks mate! and thank your wife from me, i'm so glad she likes it. :)
     
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    Amazing shot. It looks so soft! The soft tones make look like a painting.
     

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