Two long exposure frames, one on top of the other in a 'vertorama'. Shot on the south side of Ward's Island.
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Nailed the contrast... your blog always brings a smile. Keep up the energy!
Beautiful presentation and processing. Love the simplicity of this shot.
Now there's a shot and a half especially the contrast between the splash of light and that dark brooding sky.
I like the texture; I like the glow; I like how clean it is.
This is lovely! It looks like it is glowing with light!
did the light come from anywhere in particular, or was it accomplished w/ dodge+burn?
I gasped when I saw this. Absolutely stunning photograph. The contrast is amazing.
I have loved this style of photograph ever since I saw David Burdeny's work. I would love to know how you processed this!
The log looks almost metallic. I really like the directional light in this.
I love the contrast and light, day or night?
I'm wondering if the light around the log is really a result of the long exposure + the water moving over/around it? It looks like the "white mist" look you get on a waterfall with very slow exposure.
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ah, your text explained it - i thought it looked wierd in some way... well done, both at the scene and in postwork.
Nice composition, loving the contrast too!
Beautiful in simplicity.
Beautiful work! Superb contrasts and light.
I created the contrast by manipulating different versions of the black and white conversion (different colour bias in the conversion leads to different resulting tonal values). This was mainly to create a darker sky and then to be able to highlight the log without losing detail in it.
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