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...and time stood still!
...and time stood still!
bergwalters


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Challenge: Square Crop (Advanced Editing IV)
Camera: Canon EOS-350D Rebel XT
Lens: Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 USM
Location: Þingvellir
Date: Feb 27, 2006
Aperture: f/22
ISO: 200
Shutter: 1"5
Galleries: Landscape, Action
Date Uploaded: Feb 28, 2006

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Place: 199 out of 369
Avg (all users): 5.4038
Avg (commenters): 6.5556
Avg (participants): 5.3154
Avg (non-participants): 5.5513
Views since voting: 613
Views during voting: 279
Votes: 208
Comments: 9
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
03/12/2006 09:21:19 AM
Great motion in the water here, very relaxing to look at. The top half of the shot feels too empty for me though.
03/09/2006 06:20:14 PM
It's interesting. Not sure i like all the negative space with the B&W treatment. Border catches my eye in a bad way. I do like the creaminess of the water motion.
03/08/2006 10:43:17 PM
very nice. the shiny rocks and the smooth water. the blown out sky makes it all the more surreal - a studio shot with a tide??? ;)
03/08/2006 06:55:58 PM
Framing and high key really work here. Even the title adds to the effect. Negative space make this unique.
03/08/2006 05:46:11 AM
Whilst I appreciate the high-contrast and high-key elements of the image (an idea to hold onto for the next high-key challenge, actually), I find the progression to the white negative space to be pretty sudden - perhaps a function of your low point of view as much as anything, but nevertheless a bit abrupt. That very abruptness works against the image sitting well in the square crop also, I think: interesting work, but perhaps just short of outstanding for me.
03/07/2006 08:17:37 PM
This is very interesting. I think I would prefer a color version.
03/07/2006 05:37:49 PM
Good idea, but the sky's been blown out by the long exposure to get the water looking so good! 6
03/07/2006 01:19:32 PM
this picture would be mazing with a intense clouds, because you had to slow the shutter speed to blur the water, you lost all detail in the sky, and thus lost this competition, using a grad grey filter or grad polorizer filter could have saved this image, go back some time right after a storm/or right before and look for intensity in the sky, capture both the flowing serenity of the water and the dark intensity of the sky and you have a winning photograph
03/06/2006 12:07:39 PM
Awesome!


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