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DUKW in Albert Dock edited

Canon EOS Rebel T1i
1/80s f/9.0 at 55.0mm iso100 full exif

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Bernard Davis05-Mar-2010 17:56
I think you're right Peter, as I said lower. This for me is a last desperate throw of the dice to try and recover the picture. It didn't take too long to actually do the processing and I think I will probably just remember this as an experiment in processing.
Guest 05-Mar-2010 16:30
Interesting PP, very different, and gets you thinking, must have taken a while. Like walter said, the blurring around the windows works well. I have to be completely honest here though, (and its part of the reason I went to film, to cut down on PP), there is only much you can dress a a dead horse, because after all its still dead. By this I mean, without great composition, nothing else really matters. I am extremely guilty of spending a long while post processing digital images, but after a while I just thought I am trying to get an average photo, slightly better then average. Sorry in advanced if this is extreame.
Walter Otto Koenig05-Mar-2010 15:23
Actually I like like this a lot Bernard. It works very well as an experimental semi-abstract. I also like that reality is b&w and the reflections have the reality of colors. The blurring of the windows is a great idea as it separates the ships from the background. The more I look at this, the more I like it.
Tveig04-Mar-2010 19:34
Beauty reflexion and great effect! V
Bernard Davis04-Mar-2010 19:18
I'm still far from happy, I suspect that this one will just have to join the unhappy band of rejects on the darkroom floor. But in a last attempt to salvage something and taking Walter's comment about B&W, I tried just B&W, but it still didn't work, so here is a partial, I've also blurred the windows slightly to make them less prominent.

C&C welcomed, of course.
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