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    Industrialisation Lost in Time

    Here're two shots from this weekend. I intended to give a little darker sense to some industrial objects near water.

    I'm curious to hear from you what you think about it.

    #1 Power Plant

    Industrialisation Lost in Time

    Technical Info
    Canon EOS 400d
    Canon EF 17-40mm f/4.0 L USM

    B&W ND 110
    B&W CPL slim

    149 s
    f/11
    ISO 100
    17mm

    Post Processing
    Adobe Camera Raw 6.2
    Adobe Photoshop CS5 Extended
    Nik Silver Efex Pro


    #2 Last Bridge

    Industrialisation Lost in Time

    Technical Info
    Canon EOS 400d
    Canon EF 17-40mm f/4.0 L USM

    B&W ND 110
    B&W CPL slim

    200 s
    f/11
    ISO 100
    22mm

    Post Processing
    Adobe Camera Raw 6.2
    Adobe Photoshop CS5 Extended
    Nik Silver Efex Pro

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    Re: Industrialisation Lost in Time

    Jeroen

    I love the idea of the first image but the reflection is all wrong and then I thought so what. I was immediately drawn to the image and I like it a lot. The problem is when you start to think about what is happening at the waterline it takes distracts from the scene. I thought it was mist to start with but I am not sure reflections would behave like that with mist. Both are very go conversions.

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    Re: Industrialisation Lost in Time

    The bottom part of the water is showing the bottom of the lake, due to the use of a polariser. I'm no completely sure about that part of the image, just like you. Maybe I'll redo the shot to see if it works out better when done differently. Anyway, thanks for your comment.

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    Re: Industrialisation Lost in Time

    I like the scene in #1 very much. But like Steve I find the bottom part of the image confusing and it detracts from the strength that is in the upper part of the shot. Was it not possible to get closer to get a complete mirror image - or did you not want that?

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    Re: Industrialisation Lost in Time

    I edited #1 in Post processing some more:

    Industrialisation Lost in Time

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