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It’s very “twilight zone” the processing fits with the theme
Wet - That's quite an intense blue, blue glass? Or a blue gel on the light?
The actual shot was very basic; high shutter speed and an LED light shining onto the water coming out of the shower head. The rest was PP.
Topical - Chuckle, Corona is actually pretty nice for a lager. The shot has the feel of quite a lot of clarity being applied, I think. Does it?
I can certainly see how it looks like it and I had to go back and check, but I was surprised to see that I had only moderately used clarity (although perhaps some with local adjustments as well). Shadows and Blacks were the overwhelming adjustment.
Food - I guess technically not the greatest, but you have caught the action and that's really the important thing.
Aye it was a long shot. Quite literally considering it was a phone! lol
Sharp - But is it? It's really hard to tell with such a shallow DoF.
It's pretty sharp, that's one of five graded diamond whetstones I used on the knife. It could be sharper though.
Digital Age - Not really feeling this one, sorry.
No worries at all, like Whisky I find that photography can be such a personal thing.
Snappers Choice + Tech - I've not seen mousetrap in years. I think you've nailed the soft focus.
Thanks, I enjoy the game. I wish I had turned off the TV though as it doesn't really suit the supposed aged theme.
Aye it's in good nick for its age but it's horrendous to drive, very top heavy and the overhang can catch traffic lights if you aren't careful! lol Fortunately, I've only driven it a few times as a favour.That's a very nice looking van, and on theme, although I'm not sure any van would be narrow enough for me to feel happy driving it
More than likely once you factor in maintenance, insurance etc then campsite fees, fuel (damn thing is thirsty apparently) etc etc. For me it would more of a one/two times novelty, but then I'd rather have a decent B&B or local hotel.I've often considered one for "trips" but then I like space and decided the the car and the likes of a Premier inn, to sleep in,
would be better, and probably cheaper in the long run too.