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Canon EOS 350D DIGITAL
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1/25 second
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F/3.5
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100
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Jan 28, 2010, 4:47:38 PM

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Under the Pier by Silver-Guild Under the Pier by Silver-Guild
Righty-o. This is the next up in the series of shots I took down at the beach the day before yesterday. With this one I actually took it with the intention of converting it to B&W when I got back. I also converted the original shot to HDR before turning it to black and white, and did a little bit of dodging and burning :D

I might be submitting the colour version of this at some point, but for now, this is all you've got ;)
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awjay Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2011
ahhh...Bournemouth...my town
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TwiggyTeeluck Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
:wave:
You've been featured here: [link]
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Silver-Guild Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2010  Student Photographer
:dance: Thank you very much! :hug:
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LuxeBND Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2010  Professional General Artist
I like the picture but I feel the composition is always a bit better when one of the distinct lines leaves the picture right in the corner ;)
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Silver-Guild Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2010  Student Photographer
Thanks. And thank you for the feeback :)
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KNL Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2010
As you placed this into the No Mercy folder that means you want a brutally honest Critique from #thephotographyunion

Great black and white. Nice perspective. But using HDR might have done you favor in a bad way..It seems a tad blurry..But if it's a fake HDR, done out of a single RAW file, then i guess it's the slower shutter speed that got you. But having the shutter speed even slower, would have createn a nice flowing feel to the water..So in my opinion you've taken it just at the wrong shutter speed, a tad faster..or slower...Also nice use of frames. I've seen a lot of misuse of frames lately, but this one is done good and suits well. It's a good capture so you should be pleased with it :)

-Member of #thephotographyunion's critique team.
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Silver-Guild Featured By Owner May 5, 2010  Student Photographer
Thanks for the feedback :)

It was actually done with 3 separate shots.

I was going for the flowing water look, but I couldn't manage to get the shutter speed slower, without blowing out the shot (I think I had the aperture wrong)

Thank you once again, appreciate your time :)
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Kjaj Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2010
Featured here [link] :woohoo:
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Silver-Guild Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2010  Student Photographer
Aw, thank you, really appreciate it! :D :tighthug:
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Kjaj Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2010
Welcome :nod:
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