Old Hayling Billy Line Foundations...

Picture by inkslinger_ii


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  • 06 Apr
  • Picture of the day
  • Canon EOS 5D Mark II
  • Canon EF 17 - 40 f4 L
  • Shooting Style Tripod
  • Shoots Number Single RAW File
  • Exposures Number -1, 0, +1.
  • Editing Software Lightroom / Photoshop CC
  • File Format RAW
  • Notes Single raw image, Blacks, Whites & Shadows corrected with in Lightroom CC then 2 virtual copies created (+1, -1) & all 3 images blended together....
Lee Filters 10 Stop big stopper Strong Winds Strong Tide sky water tripod Foundations

14 Comments

06 Apr 11:27
inkslinger_ii

Part of the old railway line that used to cross the estuary to Hayling Island. The last train ran across here in 1965

06 Apr 14:15
franklamica

I love the look of it!

06 Apr 14:23
eduardo_kiehl
awesome
wonderful

great one

06 Apr 14:44
jorgehdrbrazil
awesome
awesome

Excellent panoramic effect!!

06 Apr 18:31
inkslinger_ii

@franklamica Thank you Frank...

06 Apr 18:31
digicam

Not using the rating system anymore Graham. Very subjective and valueless IMHO. Your image is Top Notch, one of the Best of the Day.

06 Apr 18:31
inkslinger_ii

@eduardo_kiehl Thank you Eduardo...

06 Apr 18:32
inkslinger_ii

@jorgehdrbrazil Thank you Jorge...

06 Apr 21:40
rrr

Yes, must say I agree with Ed, I thought the scores were taken into account, if they are not it’s not worth scoring images, POTD for me though.

06 Apr 22:55
digicam

@rrr , well the scores does count in a sense according to Carlo. The final decision is made by Carlo as to which Image is better. Yesterday I had a better overall score than Jorge, but Carlo thought Jorge's image was a better HDR Image. Which I have no problem with because actually it was. That is why I say the scoring really doesn't matter to me. The better Composition and Processing should Win out always.

06 Apr 23:58
rrr

Fair enough Ed, for me what makes mn image more than anything is composition, I am by no means an expert on it but I do look at every image I make and try to see how it could be better, I alter the perspective, change angles crop, everything until I think it is the best it can be. For me the process is secondary to how a picture is composed, a well composed image always looks good , a badly composed one, even if processed superbly will not look as good, this though is only my own thought, and as I say I am in no way an authority on this subject.

07 Apr 10:40
inkslinger_ii

@rrr Thank you Ron.....

07 Apr 20:45
digicam

Congrats on POTD Graham. Sorry I am a little slow on the congrats, but I am OLD....LOL.

19 May 12:19
guyhawkins

I love this very interesting perspective (composition), and the subtle colors. Very well done.

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