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Fort Perch, New Brighton 2

By Anthony      
another from the mini Masters of Light meeting. Smile

Met up with Mand and Chris, had a great few hours, and got a few good shots.

Here is my take on the painting with a bleeding big light.

Mand brought a huuuuuuge torch, so we played.

30 second exposure, f16, and we used the torch on half power to illuminate the foreground, and full power to get the lighthouse exposed.

Any and all comments are always welcome.

Thanks for looking.

Anthony

Tags: Sunset Canon Raw Lighthouse Architecture New brighton Wirral Digitally manipulated 40d Fort perch Landscape and travel

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evelen 17 5 England
28 Jun 2010 6:19PM
excellent capture.
eve.
saeidNL 13 3 Netherlands
28 Jun 2010 6:21PM
WOWO Great composition and wonderful light ,very well taken and presented.
saeid
Andrew_Hurley 16 71 73 United Kingdom
28 Jun 2010 6:34PM
mmmm very creative my friend, you can tell by the sky the exposure was longer than the usual 4 seconds you need for a twilight shot. From the thumbnail I thought it was a sunrise! But I realise now it's just the lights from Bootle Docks or Seaforth or wherever it is?!

What was the power of the light, was it one of those 1million candle light torches? I've always wanted to try out one of those, especially on unlit buildings!

Andrew.
tmann 17 4 2 United States
28 Jun 2010 6:57PM
Super super super!
This is such a an incredible shot - I just love it!
The settings used worked perfectly!
Very well done!!
Thomas
Anthony 21 5.7k 17 United Kingdom
28 Jun 2010 6:59PM
thanks all.

Andrew, I dont know the power, but if I find out, I'll let you know.

Unless Mand pops in, and tells us. Smile

Anthony
28 Jun 2010 7:12PM
I can only say: WOW!
newy17 16 273 United Kingdom
28 Jun 2010 8:22PM
Must of been a big torch mate really like this ,,
NexusImages 15 1.8k 4 United Kingdom
28 Jun 2010 10:02PM
Hi guys, Mark reckons it's 15 million candle power. This may be wrong, I have no idea really. It's still in the boot so will have a look at some point Smile. Lovely shot btw. Til next time Grand Master! lol.
Mand/The lady of the light footwear.
Anthony 21 5.7k 17 United Kingdom
28 Jun 2010 10:18PM
15 million !! Nah, I bet is 1.5 million. 15 million candle power would have melted the paint off the lighthouse.

See you soon my lady. Smile

Anthony
NexusImages 15 1.8k 4 United Kingdom
28 Jun 2010 10:53PM
Curiosity got the better of me. I have taken a snap of the offending subject and stuck it on fb. I do hope you appreciate I went out barefoot to the car. It has been raining! Frock hitched!! lol.
sherlob Plus
16 3.3k 133 United Kingdom
29 Jun 2010 10:00AM
That torch of Marks is a piffy little thing. What you want is a big torch - say 18,000,000 candle watt. Wink
ChrisStyles 14 387 United Kingdom
29 Jun 2010 11:50AM
Must do that again it was a brill night,
Super shot mate.
Chris.
xstevex 14 89 1 England
29 Jun 2010 6:12PM
really like this nice work.

Steve
davey_griffo 13 213 165 England
30 Jun 2010 9:22PM
I'm impressed it reached all the way to the lighthouse. Where do you even buy a torch like that? Not that I want one, just curious.
cassiecat 14 39 46 England
30 Jun 2010 9:24PM
like it.lesley
Anthony 21 5.7k 17 United Kingdom
1 Jul 2010 10:47PM
thanks everyone, very kind of you to take the time to comment.

Cheers

Anthony
zapar40 12 66 5 Wales
4 Jul 2010 8:26AM
look like someone was using the same torch on the other bank to take a picture of you lot. real nice image. ant.

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