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just a morning shot over a reservoir but i put the light in as i thought it might help
What a great shot. It's not easy to get the sunbeam to show a good as this. Well done.
sorry i cheated and put it in myself, it goes were i tell it then
magic light .. great capture
Nice proccessing real good work.
Hi Brian - this one of yours caught my eye ... lovely tranquil image, and I see you're a fan of the inserted light beam as well !! Thanks for your comment on my 'Last One Standing' image, much appreciated. One thing that did interest me though, and not something I noticed until looking at this image of your reservoir ... you've done your light beam so it's wider where it enters the image, and narrows down as it gets closer to the water. I did mine so it was narrower as it entered the image, and widened as it got towards the bottom of the 'canyon'. It got me thinking ... which way would a natural lightbeam be - narrow top/wide bottom or wide top/narrow bottom ... ??
hi tanya i too podered over that as well, and decided that if there was only a chink in the cloud then it would be smaller at the top than the bottom, im not sure which would be correct i think you pays your money and takes a chance. nice to now someone is realy looking into my pics well spotted and glad you liked it.
sorry i got that wrong i done it both ways and must have put the other one in. never mind its all fun isnt it
Yes, it's definitely all fun ... and long may it continue
Light spreads out from the source.
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