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Arctic Ghosts

By scott_jessuk
Was rather bored last night so thought I would have a little play about with some of my Beluga whale images, try and make a little montage of some sort. At first I was wanting to have them Horizontal but I could not, for the life of me get them to look right so went with the Vertical montage instead.

Anyway I hope you like this.

Thanks and let me know what you think, if you want.

Tags: Canada Black and white Specialist and abstract Digitally manipulated Whales Vancouver aquarium Beluga

Voters: caotiquemind, MarkT, javam and 12 more

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30 Aug 2007 11:37AM
Beautiful, love the contrast.


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30 Aug 2007 1:58PM
Love it.
ChristineL 11 39 United Kingdom
30 Aug 2007 5:56PM
a nice montage Scott, I love your Belugas,
firzhugh 11 13 New Zealand
30 Aug 2007 6:33PM
really nice montage, very artistic
scott_jessuk 10 249 1 Scotland
30 Aug 2007 7:07PM
Thanks folks appreciate your comments and Clicks.

pmorgan 9 217 13 England
30 Aug 2007 11:59PM
Great original work nicely done!

scott_jessuk 10 249 1 Scotland
31 Aug 2007 9:31AM
Thanks very much Paul.

canongirl08 11 18 United Kingdom
31 Aug 2007 3:36PM
Great work Scott
scott_jessuk 10 249 1 Scotland
31 Aug 2007 4:00PM
Thanks very much Chelseak

Tandberg 13 1.2k 2 England
1 Sep 2007 9:22AM
works well mate
all the best for a bit of jiggery pokery..
Whats it like shooting stuff like this scott
Easy or tricky?

scott_jessuk 10 249 1 Scotland
1 Sep 2007 10:31AM
Cheers Dave, It was not totally difficult, this shot was fairly easy because it was out side and the light was great not too bright so I good good readings on the camera. But when your inside the aquarium its a different kettle of fish, basically because it's so dark I had a 50mm f1.4 and was using it at the maximum most of the time because it was rather dark.
Give it a go thought it's a good laugh.

zr_ox 10 4 1
2 Sep 2007 9:18PM
Your images are becoming more and more creative Scott.

This is very imaginative and original.
scott_jessuk 10 249 1 Scotland
2 Sep 2007 9:30PM
Thanks again


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