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Through the Tube

By tolle13
I took on board the comments made on a previous post and tried to get a better fixed point of focus, also went for lower ISO and longer exposure - I think it worked

Tags: Specialist and abstract Motion blur Long explosure

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marc484ie 11 31 1 Ireland
26 Mar 2013 7:40AM
Cracking image great idea Well done!

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richmowil Plus
9 352 2 England
26 Mar 2013 7:57AM
Nice Image!! I like it a lot!!
rajasekar 9 2 India
26 Mar 2013 11:01AM
Oh yeah! It worked well! Look at those light trails..Cool Shot Smile

alistairfarrugia 5 164 88 Malta
5 Apr 2013 6:37PM
I modified this image again and will upload - I like these, well done. I went for a 2:1 ratio here to differentiate from my other square crop on your other photo. With lines like this, you can be creative with composition and try different variants and see what appeals to you the most. With this one, I went for 2:1 to give the orange streak more prominence. Well done once again!
alistairfarrugia 5 164 88 Malta
5 Apr 2013 6:40PM
PS: I also think a simple frame adds a virtual"stop" that physically connects all lines together but at the same time tells the mind that the lines keep going on. I also feel like the sense of depth is enhanced if you give a border to the image - it sort of acts like a starting point for each line and you enhance the sense of perspective I guess.
Thanks again Alistair, the framing is a great idea, the 2:1 crop adds impact and gives plenty of food for thought. I intend to try this shoot again in the near future and will certainly put your ideas to use.
alistairfarrugia 5 164 88 Malta
6 Apr 2013 5:54PM
Once again, I'm glad you like the mod. Keep it up!

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