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  • Rings

    I spotted these bike stands on the way back to the car after the Point Ormond shoot.

    F10 60 sec ISO 100
    B/W conversion done with NIK Silver Efex.

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    Last edited by Grumpy John; 30-06-2022, 12:46 PM.
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  • #2
    Very effective composition John and well done on the B&W conversion.
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    • Isac
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      He didn't do it NIK did

  • #3
    Well spotted John and looks good as a B&W. Tight frame sort of suits the circles.
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    • Grumpy John
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      Thanks Isac, I think that I may have cropped a tad too close on the top, it can be fixed.

    • HansE
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      Like the composition . Fine with crop. Repetition works well here.

  • #4
    G'day GJ

    As mentioned above +1

    I also like the way you have broken the 'rules about the horizon' -- in that you have twisted the camera to a diagonal (shadows on ground) but made the virtual centreline of the circles become the horizontal. Beaudy Mate

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    • Grumpy John
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      Thanks for the kind words Phil, the camera was only about 150mm off the ground for this shot. I'm really appreciating the flip screen on the R6, I never would have been able to compose this shot with the 7D, the knees won't let me get back up again once I'm down low. I always take a small fold up stool with me now when I go out, that makes life a lot easier.
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