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In the shade - part 2

By C_Daniels
This is a rework of an image I have previously uploaded towards the begining of my portfolio. I felt that several improvements were called for which would enhance the picture and demonstrate the lighting effect with more impact...

Mode - auto.
Aperture - f8.
Shutter speed - 10 seconds.
Metering - multi segment.
The camera was mounted on a tripod and a small blue keyring torch light provided the illumination...

Thanks for looking - best large.
I would appreciate any feedback on how it compares with the original...


Tags: Abstract Specialist and abstract Slow shutter speeds Ornaments Torch lighting

Voters: TommyStr, Phoebecat, lynsfiona and 18 more

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TommyStr 12 9 3 Norway
14 Jul 2006 6:10AM
Interesting experiment, turned out very well!

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RipleyExile 15 1.6k 17 England
14 Jul 2006 7:54AM
Although there is more detail in the figurine on the original (had to back quite a way in your pf, but I found it in the end)I prefer this version. I think the black background works better than the muddy red it started out as. It enhances the blue of the light more and really makes it stand out more.
ginz04 14 281 20 United Kingdom
14 Jul 2006 9:07AM
good colourfull abstract. ian
tenerifejohn 12 126 England
14 Jul 2006 9:31AM
Interesting abstract experiment.
iajacks 12 24 England
14 Jul 2006 11:58AM
still a nice shot.

well done IAJACKS
Sezz 13 617 15 England
14 Jul 2006 12:52PM
Took me ages to find it aswell!! Agree with Alex and prefer this background, it makes the subject stand out more. Clever use of lighting!

Sez Smile
hebdens 12 5
14 Jul 2006 5:15PM
great use of light, love the blue.
MalcolmS Plus
12 1.2k 13 England
14 Jul 2006 6:15PM
Nice rework Caleb, looks more dramatic

vismaya 12 Ireland
14 Jul 2006 8:50PM
Very different and inspiring work!
11 Aug 2006 12:16PM
I love the colour it looks great

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