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Greyheron 16 282 7 England
5 Feb 2014 8:15PM
Sweet B&W conversion Derek and a good reminder as to what's needed to make the long exposure images look so specialů


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Richsr 11 91 223 England
5 Feb 2014 8:24PM
Good timing and mono conversion Derek
5 Feb 2014 8:40PM
Superb composition and a great looking mono, Derek, m8
fazzer 9 54 7 United Kingdom
5 Feb 2014 8:59PM
Amazing the difference between a LE and split second, love the pov and the stormy atmosphere which has been enhanced by the wave breaking over the pools it SmileSmile
cheesey 12 2 United Kingdom
5 Feb 2014 9:34PM
Lovely comp, mood, sky and nicely timed.
Great shot.
PranavMishra 5 52 17 India
6 Feb 2014 1:58AM
lovely image..
almiles 8 38 102 United Kingdom
6 Feb 2014 6:02AM
As Jeremy says, the difference between the two techniques is really dramatic. There is a lot more energy to this with the wave movement and I think it will be a very personal preference which technique people prefer and it gives you different ways to convey your message about the pool; this one says dangerous water to me!
marktc Plus
7 101 15 United Kingdom
6 Feb 2014 10:38PM
Already been said but worth saying again the difference is amazing, its a great way to showcase what the photographer has in his minds eye when he/she does long exposures, you see the world in an entirely different way. A great moody and menacing image Derek.
Sezz 13 617 15 England
7 Feb 2014 10:52AM
Perfectly said by Mark above! Superb mono Derek

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Rende 11 38 4 Netherlands
7 Feb 2014 1:58PM
Perfect timing with that lovely wave crashing Derek.
Nice to see a natural water movement, but you do the long exposure versions so well Derek. I'll be doing some soon.


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