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Pebbles

By Consulo    
Possibly the last of this series for now; the other shots that I currently have may or may not make it on here (depends on if I can get them looking how I want them to).

As for this shot, it's the same as the others: ND8 & ND4 used at the capture stage the get the necessary long exposure, and the toning was applied in PS.

Thanks for looking,
Michael. Smile

Tags: Mono Exposure White Black General Water And Minimalist Long Sea Toned Monochrome Long exposure Black and white Square Tinted Pebbles Minimal Stones Minimalism Monochromatic

Voters: ianfry, MikeBonsall, SteveCharles and 22 more


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Comments


ianfry 8 4
28 Sep 2007 10:34AM
very minimalistic, would look good on a studio flat wall...!

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MikeBonsall 10 474 3 Guernsey
28 Sep 2007 10:36AM
the bright patch at the top looks blown Michael and is a little distracting. Other than that it's a great minimal image and sits well within this excellent mini series.

Mike
SteveCharles 13 2.3k 18 England
28 Sep 2007 10:42AM
I like this one, very minimal and original and fits the series well.
Consulo 11 836 10 Scotland
28 Sep 2007 10:47AM
Comments appreciated, folks. Smile

I see what you mean, Mike, but I'm not too bothered about it. There was a pic I put up recently where I was saying in the description how I was battling not to blow the highlights, and it resulted in a nice conversation in the comments about the overemphasis that is placed on not blowing highlights in photos nowadays, when it's not always a bad thing.

I'm inclined to agree, so I let it be here.
ianfry 8 4
28 Sep 2007 10:50AM
its your own creative freedom to allow it to blow, there are no fixed rules...
DunDiggin 9 63 2 United Kingdom
28 Sep 2007 11:34AM
This is really very good. I must go and have a look at the rest of your portfolio.
bliba Plus
10 2 Austria
28 Sep 2007 12:24PM
minimalist....

just great


ollie
28 Sep 2007 2:40PM
Beautiful, excellent series of photos

Graeme
Consulo 11 836 10 Scotland
28 Sep 2007 7:14PM
Indeed you are correct, Ian.

Thank all for the comments. Smile
MikeBonsall 10 474 3 Guernsey
28 Sep 2007 7:36PM
Ah when to blow and when not to blow - that is the question Wink

In my mind that's one of the major drawbacks of digital photography. Over-exposed areas on film just work better I think.
User_Removed 12 16 1 United Kingdom
29 Sep 2007 9:30AM
another perfect addition to the series and a favourite too.

di
CaroleA 10 5 3 England
29 Sep 2007 11:09AM
Less is more - and effectively so!
Consulo 11 836 10 Scotland
29 Sep 2007 4:02PM
Yes, perhaps there is more a subtlety, Mike. Smile

Thanks for the feedback everyone.
rontear Plus
13 8 7 England
29 Sep 2007 9:54PM
Positive space Michael. Ron.
crunchie 10 2 Scotland
5 Oct 2007 7:04PM
really liked the whole series : ) this is my favourite
randomrubble 11 3.0k 12 United Kingdom
8 Oct 2007 6:38PM
Excellent.

I'd like to see a brick there, for some reason.
imagio 9 12 1 England
8 Oct 2007 7:39PM
Been a good series. excellent

Bernie
rhion 12 35 United Kingdom
8 Oct 2007 8:58PM
What a gorgeous image Michael - real gallery material.
Shows what can made of a simple subject.
Richard
digicammad 12 22.0k 37 United Kingdom
9 Oct 2007 5:54PM
Now that's what I call a wall hanger. The pebbles grab your attention and you spend the next 5 minutes trying to see what else is in there. Smile

Ian
13 Oct 2007 6:30PM
LOVE THIS!!!! TIP TOP MINIMALISM!

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