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Bournemouth piers



thick fog almost ruined this photo shoot, I decided to continue and turn a negative in to a positive.

thick fog almost ruined this photo shoot, I decided to continue and turn a negative in to a positive.
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3 Comments | Report
marcbaechtold
 
marcbaechtold May 14, 2018
great composition with nice colors and good contrast, keep shooting!
Daisydiaz656
 
Daisydiaz656 September 29, 2018
I gonna start googling randoms pics and post them as mine, how can someone be in so many places at once around so many animals and so many different shots
jasongines PRO+
 
jasongines September 29, 2018
I am a little confused daisydiaz, these are all my own work and I drive for a living. 🙂

Behind The Lens

Location
This Photograph was taken near Bournemouth, England. I had driven the 40 miles to get some lovely soft light morning shots, when I arrived a thick fog and fallen and rendered the light almost unusable, well for my expected, and planned photos. However seeing the positive in every situation, I continued my shoot. A cheap Cokin Grade filter helped to smooth the final water, and gave the faint colour twist.
Time
This was an early summers morning, time upon arrival was about 05:30/0:600
Lighting
The extra tint of colour was nothing more than a lucky change to an old Cokin filter, coupled with the morning light for this extremely strange colour.
Equipment
I use a canon 70d, placed with a tripod & as previously mentioned a Cokin Grade filter. lenses would have been a canon18/55mm if memory serves me well
Inspiration
I always try to see the world from a different perspective, and after visiting this pier previously at different times of the day, my plan was a tranquil morning shot.
Editing
Apart from a little shadow lifting, this was pretty much all that was needed. In my opinion.
In my camera bag
I now carry 3 lenses, a wide angle, a 50mm prime, and a canon 100/400mm mk2 usm. I have a 2x converter plus assorted grades filters in cluding some ND 10 to fit the wide angle and the 100/400.
Feedback
I always try to turn a negative into a positive as you cannot adjust the weather, so if whilst out the lighting conditions change. Embrace them as you never know what may come of you being taken out of your comfort zone.

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