Stills V3

December 25, 2013

Boscombe Pier (Striding Out)

Filed under: Rex — Rex @ 16:21
This pier is a photographer's magnet. Nora posted a very good image but the judge was confused because there appeared to be a slight duplicate of some parts of the image and he felt this was due to poor PP. The poor man didn't realise it was a straight image and that reflections occur from the front and rear faces of a sheet of glass. :-(

This pier is a photographer’s magnet. Nora posted a very good image but the judge was confused because there appeared to be a slight duplicate of some parts of the image and he felt this was due to poor PP. The poor man didn’t realise it was a straight image and that reflections occur from the front and rear faces of a sheet of glass. :-(

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3 Comments »

  1. Your note about the judge reminds me of those annoying stickers you used to get stuck on to images, where you might have been experimenting with panning, that advised about how to avoid camera shake!

    Comment by cgcooke — December 28, 2013 @ 01:06

  2. Why do people still put up with with those pesky judges Rex? Nevermind! I think that your picture is of the pier is very impressive. Nice use of symmetry and contrasts. I can almost smell the sea and hear the seagulls.

    Comment by Cem — January 2, 2014 @ 18:52

  3. This is a good mix of the man-made and nature: the prominence of the central structure and the symmetrical lamp posts ties in well with all the shadows. The man-made also stamps itself on the shot by the fact that the top railing of the balustrade is lined up with the horizon. As Cem says, all good bracing stuff.

    Comment by zavaell — January 5, 2014 @ 14:28


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