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Spilling Over

By Philo  
I was doing some work photos at a scheme we are completing in Wakefield (may upload some of the shots later) when the sun disappeared and ruined my afternoon. So I turned my attention to something different and found this weir on a 35m diameter final settlement tank. The water is treated effluent ready to be discharged to river. Fairly clean but I certainly wouldn't drink itWink
Would this be better as a mono given the lack of colour anyway?
Any other comments very welcome.
Phil

Tags: Water Specialist and abstract V notch weir Final settlement tank

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Comments


EG 7 22 United Kingdom
12 Sep 2012 2:39PM
I think this looks great as it is. It has a sort of metal effect and the DOF makes it happen.

Eddie

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Richsr 9 91 223 England
12 Sep 2012 3:41PM
looks like icicles at first glance.
banehawi Plus
12 1.5k 3560 Canada
12 Sep 2012 6:03PM
Go overboard with vibrance, sat, sharpness and crop. At least thats what I did in the mod.



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Philo 6 99 83 England
12 Sep 2012 7:49PM
Willie, I thought I had been quite brave with the sliders but, having seen your mod, clearly not enough. Massive improvement!
Thanks for the comments Eddie & Rich.
Phil
paulbroad 9 117 1079 United Kingdom
13 Sep 2012 7:57AM
Technically good and a demo of differential focusing. Willies mod has impact, but I like your version too - two different images from the same file. I know it was not possible, but just a bit of back light would be even better.

Paul
Philo 6 99 83 England
13 Sep 2012 1:53PM

Quote:I know it was not possible, but just a bit of back light would be even better.


Not impossible but damn difficult!

Thanks for the comment, Paul.

Phil

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