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Water on the rocks

By Frankphoto
I made this photo during a tour of the farm in the countryside, I arrived early to have a little light, neutral density filter used to enhance the effect of freezing the water. I think I got a good effect.

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Briwooly 10 452 5 England
16 Jan 2012 3:07PM
Yep nice composition and well exposed for the water


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nice shot good exposure.
Mark.
mhfore 9 6 176 England
16 Jan 2012 5:10PM
A good capture Frank. Have you tried cropping the top to just below where the water starts then re-sizing the image back to it's original size and lighten a touch. If you have elements you could lightly put a warming filter over it and the remove from certain parts. Don't shot me Frank it's only a thought but either way it's a nicley captured water image using a 104 exp.

Martin
John_Frid 10 514 56 United Kingdom
16 Jan 2012 5:13PM
Shame you didn't have better light as this looks to be an interesting location.

I like that the water flows from top left to bottom right, and I am generally happy with the blur in the water (although maybe a little less would have been nice).

I am however a little distracted by the rock that intrudes at the bottom. I may have tried to lose it at the composing stage, or have used the clone tool to make it "disappear".
16 Jan 2012 7:25PM
Hi mhfore.
I appreciate your comment, do not worry because I understand that each person has his own perspective on each photo.
As the place was a bit dark and deserted, they preferred to use shades of color to portray the environment I was feeling at the moment. But surely there can be several ways to think about a photograph.
Thank you.
16 Jan 2012 7:30PM
Hi John_Frid.
Thank you for your comment. Really there are several possibilities for a photograph and each person has one or more versions of interpretation. Your idea about the rock at the bottom of the photograph I had not thought at the time of publishing, but it's interesting.
It was my first experience with this type of photography of water and will improve with time. Thank you.

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