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 Post subject: Climbers Paradise
PostPosted: Wed Jun 01, 2011 1:01 am 
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Not sure if this forum or the "action/sports" forum would be the appropriate place for this.

This photo is taken in Flatrock, Newfoundland, Canada last Monday. This place is very popular amongst local climbers.

I spent some time processing this one. Handheld -1, 0, 1 EV bracket burst @ 5 FPS. Other than the obvious HDR edit, I brushed back in from the 0 EV photo the people & some blown out areas. I realize there is some ghosting in the waves, but I felt like I should keep it this way. I like the photo. Now your turn to tell me why I shouldn't :-)

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I like the shot, it captures the power of the vertical wall and a spice of danger of the climber. For CC: It looks like the sun was on the wall which makes the sky a shade to dark to me, it looks like the wave colour has lost the whiteness in processing as they do not look white as I would expect.

As I said I like the photo. 8)

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Really nice photo, :)


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I really like this Trevor, lots of lines leading to the wave and the rock face itself full of hidden Easter Island like faces!

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