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At the tip of a pier on the Normandy coast

At the tip of a pier on the Normandy coast
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Contest Finalist in Black And White Compositions Photo Contest Vol 5
Peer Award
Superb Composition
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Top Choice
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Magnificent Capture
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Superior Skill
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Submitted to Photo Contests

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Ocean Piers Photo ContestTop 30 class
Ocean Piers Photo ContestTop 20 class week 1
Monochrome Masters ProjectTop 10 class
Black And White Compositions Photo Contest Vol 5Top 10 class
Black And White Compositions Photo Contest Vol 5Top 10 class week 2
Black And White Compositions Photo Contest Vol 5Top 10 class week 1
Social Exposure Photo Contest Vol 20Top 30 class
Social Exposure Photo Contest Vol 20Top 20 class week 1
Image Of The Month Photo Contest Vol 41Top 20 class
Image Of The Month Photo Contest Vol 41Top 20 class week 2
Black And White Compositions Photo Contest Vol 4Top 10 class
Image Of The Month Photo Contest Vol 41Top 10 class week 1
Covers Photo Contest Vol 51Top 10 class
Covers Photo Contest Vol 51Top 20 class week 1

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Behind The Lens

Location
I took this on the Normandy coast, in the fishing village of Grandcamp, where we have spent our vacation for yeard
Time
Mid afternoon on a cloudy-bright day
Lighting
Nothing particularly good about the light - flat, dull
Equipment
I used my Nikon D5200 with a 10-24 mm wide-angle lens set at 10mm.
Inspiration
I have been trying to get interesting photos of this old pier for years, in all kinds of weather, time of day, angles and perspectives. This was just one of many (too many?)
Editing
Since the light was dull and the colors flat, I processed it in B&W with NIK software.
In my camera bag
The NIKON D5200 with the 16-80 mm lens (my workhorse), a long lens (70-300 mm) and a wide angle (10-24 mm)
Feedback
Walk around your subject (at low tide, you would have to swim around at high tide) and look for an angle that you like. Be patient. This is Northern France, and the weather changes often and quickly.

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