Broken Dock

Picture by j.scottish


  • 1123
  • 11
  • 0
  • June 12, 2014
  • Canon EOS 600D
  • 10-22mm
  • Shooting Style Tripod
  • Shoots Number Multiple Exposure
  • Exposures Number
  • Editing Software Photomatix Pro / Photoshop / Others
  • File Format RAW
  • Notes 500xp http://500px.com/jscottish Instagram: jscottish

20 Comments

12 Jun 16:15
j.scottish

Hey guys sorry I'v been gone for the longest, lost my login password and i'v been trying to contact adm for a link to reset it but no reply until today I tried again and it finally popped up in my email. Since then I have still been out taking pictures, a lot of HDR actually lol, guess i'm an addict now, normal photographs just bore me. I have a 500xp so you guys can check me out there, i'll mostly be on there, i love that website, it really brings out the resolutions in your photos. Well enjoy this recent shot i capture a couple weeks back ;D

12 Jun 16:43
fredzhang

10

12 Jun 17:00
digicam

Perhaps you could enable the Full Size View in the Future for a better assessment of your image. Horizontal Flip on this one would add a Ton of Eye Appeal and make it an 11 rather than a 10. Try and see for yourself.

12 Jun 17:00
jphoto

Perfect shot, love it. Haven't met yet.

12 Jun 17:09
bjosted

10

12 Jun 17:09
sanz3jo

10

12 Jun 17:37
anonymous

love the repeated lines but sky doesn't look ok to me

12 Jun 18:17
arnie58

9

12 Jun 19:28
chema

9

12 Jun 19:40
pandarino

nice

12 Jun 20:19
j.scottish

Sorry @digicam but i strongly disagree, the whole point of a good photo is to lead the eyes where the photographer wants it to go, a horizontal flip would not have made any different because the eye would still start from the leading lines in the foregrou

12 Jun 20:25
thetampa2

It might be a 10 but I cant view the full size to tell. I usually don't give 10's unless I see full view

12 Jun 20:31
j.scottish

Sooooo your telling me because you can't see a image at full size you can't fully appreciate it? wow haha sometimes i miss some of the bullshit that goes on on here lmaoo smh

12 Jun 20:32
j.scottish

just to keep you guys up to speed and tech savy..you can easily click on the image, then zoom in manually with your computer -__-

12 Jun 20:46
thetampa2

Yea but its deceiving. You can see the true quality of the processing when you view it full size. That small version can hide a lot of problems in an image.

12 Jun 20:47
thetampa2

Being so tech savy you should know by zooming in you dont see the image in full resolution. Which is worse then viewing it smaller

12 Jun 20:47
thetampa2

Being so tech savy you should know by zooming in you dont see the image in full resolution. Which is worse then viewing it smaller

12 Jun 22:22
j.scottish

Unless you have retina display :D :D :D

13 Jun 01:29
flipd1

@jscottish, Maybe you missed it but Ed gave you a full score. The suggestion of a horizontal flip is not a bad idea. That is what this site is supposed to be about....sharing ideas and maybe a tidbit of knowledge. You really shouldn't take Ed's sugge

13 Jun 01:30
flipd1

personal affront. Everyone has the ability to learn from others, no matter how old or young. If one thinks he knows everything then they might have cut off the capacity to learn and that is a scary thing.

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