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Wharf Weir

By ade_mcfade      
Bright (ish) day with a nice breeze, light not that spectacular really.

Used a ND filter to up the shutter speed to 1 minute, giving the clouds time to move a little, making the sky a little more unusual

turned the polariser to make the water reflective to give it a silvery steel look

very low camera angle to get detail in water

taken on Sunday at the recent 10th anniversary NW meet with Goggz and Mr and Mr Digicammad

Tags: Dales Ilkley moor Landscape and travel Cow and calf 10th NW Meet Burley in wharfdale

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Goggz 11 2.3k 72 Wales
10 May 2013 7:26PM

Nice one Ade!
Cheers, Goggz

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Niknut Plus
8 1.8k 76 United Kingdom
10 May 2013 7:51PM
Beautiful !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Richsr 11 91 223 England
10 May 2013 8:58PM
Like the liquid look of the water here Ade
ArtyArt 6 322 2 United Kingdom
10 May 2013 9:38PM
Like the low POV and both the movement in the sky and water. What colour balance was set? This is only my personal choice thought, I would have set it to cloudy or shade. Please see the modification I have uploaded.


ade_mcfade 14 15.2k 216 England
11 May 2013 5:39PM
water is liquid Rich Wink

but know what you mean lol
ade_mcfade 14 15.2k 216 England
12 May 2013 11:14AM
oh - the white balance... I went through all the white balance slider settings in lightroom and thought this made it a bit more unusual - more like a load or mercury flowing, rather than just water...

no comments from the critique team?
paulbroad 10 123 1238 United Kingdom
13 May 2013 8:59AM
We see a lot of milky water shots, but this is pretty special, I must admit. Very well done indeed with superb quality. The water does not look liquid at all, it looks gelatinous and that is what gives the effect.


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