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Sunset at the Pier

Discussion in 'Landscape' started by sixtygp, Mar 13, 2018.

  1. sixtygp

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    Love the drama in this image.
     
  3. Woodworth

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    Unusual but good choice to do a monochrome sunset.
     
  4. jknights

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    Very interesting image. I love the water section and the drama it induces. This matches the sky which is also dramatic.
     
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    Interesting image and love the black and white look well done
     
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    Impressive sense of recession into the far distance created by converging lines in beach and sky.
     
  7. sixtygp

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    Thanks everyone. I forgot to add- X-T2 with 14mm f2.8, 6 stop ND plus polarizer. I think my feet got wet on this one.....
     
  8. pandoraefretum

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    Never seen a sunset photo in B&W
    Good thinking
     
  9. George S.

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    Yes, good choice of doing it in B&W. Even though there's a sun, it still looks like ominous weather is ahead.
     

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