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Sweat Tower - salted sent on June 22, 2019 (22:20) by Andreak80. 9 comments, 246 views. [retina]

, 30 sec f/16.0, ISO 100, tripod.




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avatarsenior
sent on June 23, 2019 (12:01) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Very pleasant long exposure that creates a truly unique atmosphere. Nice pdr and nice vertical cut!

avatarsenior
sent on June 23, 2019 (12:02) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

The moment of light you have caught is spectacular with fantastic colors.
Very well composed. Beautiful color balance.
Hello Maximus

avatarjunior
sent on June 23, 2019 (17:21) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Thanks for the comments, I wet my little one but at least the result is pleasant... Thank you for the ride...

avatarjunior
sent on June 23, 2019 (18:14)

Lovely light..

avatarsenior
sent on June 24, 2019 (10:25) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Very interesting composition, especially for the features of the foreground element at the bottom. I'd recommend trying it again (if you had the chance), with the sun even lower (at dawn I assume, or directly at sunset), or try to mitigate the highlights in post. It can also be improved for the purple/green color dominants on the water part on the right in the photo, but here I think it's a matter of filter quality.
Vincenzo

avatarjunior
sent on June 24, 2019 (16:52) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Thanks for the advice Vincenzo, however the Greens you see in the water are due to the green herb that you can also notice on the rock in the bottom left; obviously with long exposure they smear on the water seeming reflections and even the Magentas on the water are reflected. I used a Hoya prond1000 filter, in the past I tried even more expensive and ephaly but believe me they did not satisfy me. The Magenta macaques on the rocks, on the other hand, are due to the filter, I could have removed them but they did not bother me so much given colors of the whole image; Finally, the highlights in the histogram were well balanced and were not marked. That said, what matters is that the photo in all shades and even aberrations is balanced. I also saw your shots, very pleasant but you notice that you are a purist?. Thanks again for the advice always welcome.

avatarsenior
sent on June 24, 2019 (18:17) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Photography goes very much to personal taste, you are here just to talk about it :)
I was referring in particular to the filter as many return artifacts and color dominants in long exposures because of materials and treatments not exactly orthodox, and the most lack IR reverb to filter infrared (dreaming of NiSi filters that I don't have, and who knows then if on the field, net of the post, they really make a difference compared to others).

avatarjunior
sent on June 24, 2019 (18:59) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

I think you can also do without the Nisi filters as far as I'm concerned of course. Everything must always be well proportioned to your needs, in order and your own pockets :-D ... however I tried those too, I assure you that if I had done the same shot with a Nisi the results and differences would have been almost nil; the aberrations would come out anyway. Keep in mind Vincent that he is not an hdr, that is, I have miraculously pulled out the rocks from the darkness of the backlight; as you said before, the sun was high. Of course the compromises at some point you have to accept them and decide if the photo is to be thrown or if it is pleasant. Clearly mine is not a criticism of your comments. In fact, I am very happy with the comparison because there is only to learn...

avatarsenior
sent on June 24, 2019 (19:27) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Yes, at the end of the fair the meaning is this ;-)



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