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Good clean shot. Excellent positioning to get the right angle between the line and shadow.
Cheers, Tim. I just moved the torch to get the shadow at the right abgleGood clean shot. Excellent positioning to get the right angle between the line and shadow.
Thanks, Dave.A well executed corner pic!
Thanks, Chris. As by magic the pencil just follows my command to stand straight.Makes a great corner and a magic pencil standing up on its own well set up
Thanks, Chris.Filthy is well composed and suits the theme well.
The lighthouse stands out well against the well-captured sky and certainly is a prominent marker
I agree with Tim, that's a lovely model Mini and not at all obvious that it's not a real car. It's also really nicely lit and the focus stacking is spot on. That's something I've never tried but I know the X-T2 has some settings for it so I really must give it a go now you've inspired me!
Corner is a clever take on the theme and very effective indeed - well done Can I ask how you kept the pencil in position?
A nice gritty B&W look is perfect for your Filthy image and I like the tide marks left behind by the water, and Mark is unusual with a lighthouse apparently sticking up the middle of the countryside. Striking light, too.
Thanks for the info. Yes, I realised you had done it in Photoshop but it reminded me that the camera can apparently take the sequence of images and adjust the focus for you automatically, to be combined later in PP. I've never tried but you've reminded me to look into it as your image looks so good.The Mini shot was post-processed with Photoshop and not X-T2 in-camera.
I used a cotton thread (as in sawing) to hang up the pencil then cloned out during pp.