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LeadINg linES

By U4eA
I've been meaning to try and capture the wonderful lead in lines offered by this (truthfully) less than wonderful pier for a while and finally managed it yesterday! Ths was shot at f16 for 1 second, converted to b&w with channel mixer in PS then selectively dodged and burned.

Your thoughts, comments or feedback are very welcome, especially in reference to the low angle/composition

Tags: Sigma Nikon Boscombe Pier Dc Black and white Hsm D70 30mm Landscape and travel Night and low light 1:1.4

Voters: RichPitman, loaderxstream, malleader and 15 more


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Comments


love the style and position taken from ....and the one lamp out makes it realer if that is a work well done

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U4eA 12 475 England
26 Apr 2010 8:12PM
Thank you for taking the time to comment. I was umm and erring over 'replacing' the lamp that was out but also dcided that it added to the image as whole. Smile
timsmith 11 3 England
26 Apr 2010 8:17PM
Really like the composition, tone and presentation.
Tim
csurry 14 9.2k 92
26 Apr 2010 8:20PM
Looking at this and scrolling up and down so that the top of the image is hidden and wondering to myself is it better with or without the end of the middle structure.

In the end I have decided better with, as without it is like many more seen on here before Grin

The "out" lamp is a little distracting as it draws the eye, but in another way it positively breaks the symmetry. So it could work either way.
glyndwr 9 66 9 Wales
26 Apr 2010 8:33PM
I think the lamp not working is OK, a little concerned that the border degrades the overall image, I think blak or white border may work better.
Still a cracking upload.

Robert
U4eA 12 475 England
26 Apr 2010 8:44PM
Thank you all for taking the time to comment. I guess the lamp could be one of those 'marmite' moments... Grin
rockfish 6 1 United Kingdom
26 Apr 2010 9:04PM
I like marmite - and the lamp! The comp is great and it works so well as a mono - I like the distant couple too as they 'humanise' the image. Great shot, well taken and processed.
Peter
U4eA 12 475 England
26 Apr 2010 9:09PM
They were holding hands too...awwww!...which was the 'loving in the title came from!

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U4eA 12 475 England
26 Apr 2010 9:18PM
Version 2 added, where the border has been altered and the bulb changed. Wink

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26 Apr 2010 11:10PM
I like landscapes that are abstract photos, almost pure form. This does not follow the usual composition rules, and so it is more original.
27 Apr 2010 4:47AM
Excellent shot - V2 for me

Chris
Diana 9 2.0k 19 Netherlands
9 May 2010 2:03PM
good metaphor

I like it much better with one light out !

good to see one standing alone amongst similar others

Diana
9 May 2010 2:14PM
Caught my eye on Featured E2. I prefer it with the light out too. Great image..........Sandy

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