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fish ladder

By sputnki
I wanted to get the exposure for the clouds and show the details under the bridge where the water flow is. So I resorted to HDR, then converted that back to regular DR Wink

In case you're wondering, I use Debian Linux for the operating system. HDR is courtesy of Photomatix Basic (running under the WINE windows emulator) with the conversion through CinePaint, a Linux program that supports a LOT of high-def formats. The border and text is through my new organiser/first pass manipulator program called digiKam, another piece of the Debian system.

Doug

Tags: General Hdr Digitally manipulated Fish ladder

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AlanBW 14 20 England
22 Jun 2007 5:11PM
Excellent image showing the power of the water

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bliba Plus
14 2 Austria
22 Jun 2007 8:00PM
interesting composition and lighting
BlueRoom 13 73 20 United Kingdom
22 Jun 2007 9:08PM
The Debian System? It sounds like the sort of place that poses a threat to the future existence of mankind.
Warp factor 9 Mr Sputnki. Phasers on stun.

Eric
kitsch 14 439 4 United Kingdom
22 Jun 2007 10:19PM
lol @ eric
i was thinking similar haha
don't understand any of that jargon Doug, but i like the shot though Smile

jo
sputnki 15 10 Canada
22 Jun 2007 10:38PM
Whups, sorry I was in my 'techie' mind.... Basically I was identifying all the free software I was using in my pursuit of happiness!

Ok Photomatix is not actually free, but they give you the basic functionality for free...

Doug "Beam me up" Sputnki
glazzaro 15 70 23 United States
23 Jun 2007 2:24AM
Well taken, I use to run Debian, Red Hat and a few others. My techie spirit is gone so now I just use windows. Spot on! Click!!!

Greg
ChrisOs 15 2 1 United Kingdom
25 Jun 2007 9:07AM
Well a very non-techie "click" for the pic. I like the angles and the almost abstract result. The HDR has done some strange things with the appearance of the water though (or "tho" for North American readers).
Chris
User_Removed 15 825 Lithuania
26 Jun 2007 7:01AM
lol!... and you ask me if i`m switching to digital!?!... no chance!... did`nt understand a bloody word of that!... Wink
dianah 13 24.5k 4 United Kingdom
30 Jun 2007 4:25PM
Brilliant shot..I think the water looks great..good composition.
Di

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