The Sailor's sunset View by ashifhassan (13)
Steelworker by jean113 (3244)
CPD66 (954) 2015-09-08 4:47
as Craig mentioned i have never seen a piece like this before made in brick mosaic.
i think you have made the best of potentially tricky lighting. is it me or does he remind anyone else of either or both of the Charlton bros.
i wonder what it would have looked like as a night shot using the street light to illuminate??
a good posting
Firestarter by daveisaacs (10)
CPD66 (954) 2015-09-08 4:38
welcome to TE.
a good early posting, you have created a good effect with the long exposure. possibly would have cropped the right and side to cut the cut the small flare in the top third, apart from that a nice shot.
Mosque - dark theme by salmonelli (192)
CPD66 (954) 2015-09-08 4:34
shots on the tilt drive me crazy, but that's a personal thing.
love the subject matter, the POV and the framing of the shot. Your post processing has definitely added to the drama of the shot. Its like a shot from Gotham City.
apart from the tilt a very good posting
The light in the tunnel by emka (89253)
CPD66 (954) 2015-09-03 4:46
good colour and structure within the shot. for me this type of shot is all about the detail, if you had taken 1/2 a step to the left the lines would have been dead centre and created a perfect shot. either go dead centre or pick a railway line and get that dead straight but this shot does not quite work for me.
Brick furnace by neilharris (604)
CPD66 (954) 2015-08-27 4:42
I like this shot, the shaft of light highlighted by the dust hanging in the air, the detail of the arches and i always like shots of people at work as is capturing a moment time of how things are/were done. these moments can never be regained.
a good shot, TFS
Ho chi minh by dualeo (32)
CPD66 (954) 2015-08-27 4:30
unfortunately your post has not worked out due to the over exposure from the sun, the hazard of shooting from this POV.
i have 2 suggestions.
1 use a filter either a soft grad or a split. this will help to compensate the strong light
2 try and get lower down and push the sun behind the subject. this will take the bright light source out of your shot.
i hope this will help