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    Weebles

    Manky, rotten day outside but I wanted to get out with the camera for a hour to relax. I had heard on the wireless that a ship was struggling near the Groyne and as there is a public art installation not far from it called Conversation Piece that I have photographed many times it seemed as good a spot as any.

    Concentrated on separating the closest statues from their 'friends' that were partially lost in the mist.

    Weebles

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    Weebles

    ...and no the ship had gone if you were wondering.

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    Re: Weebles

    Awesome subject to photograph, Robin. I like them both. On a personal note, If these were my shots, I would probably blur out the horizon to infinity for a more surreal look. You did great on this. Well done.

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    Re: Weebles

    The first is my favorite of the two, very interesting and fun subject. You did well Robin.

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    Re: Weebles

    Quote Originally Posted by jiro View Post
    Awesome subject to photograph, Robin. I like them both. On a personal note, If these were my shots, I would probably blur out the horizon to infinity for a more surreal look. You did great on this. Well done.
    I agree with Jiro...blur that background into oblivion if possible...everything else will stand well on its own.

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    Re: Weebles

    Next time we have mist I'll go back and shoot then with a wider aperture and longer lens - not going down the PP route I don't go in for that, much prefer getting it in camera.

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