Just surfing my archives and looking at some of the pictures collecting dust.
This is one from a walk in Shoreham last september.
This was a 79 second exposure using my B+W ND110 screw in filter.
This bridge was very busy and not very wide so everytime someone came along they had to step over my tripod or I had to pick it up and move it, everyone was very understanding whilst I took a couple of shots.
I have thousands and thousands of pictures just sitting on my hard drive and you gotta think what am I going to do with all these pictures collecting dust.
Anyway it's started snowing now so in the morning it should be a lovely blanket of fluffy stuff for me to photograph, or in reality I will wake up and go sod it and put the t.v on with a nice warm drink lol.
Only tomorrow will tell :)
►Sigma 10-20 @13mm
►B+W ND110 filter
►Tripod + Cable release
►Converted to mono in Efex.
►Added a green filter to help darken certain areas of the picture.
►Chose the pre-set filter with high structure for the detail in the stonework
►Dodged and burned to taste
►Spot removal to get rid of the dust bunnies( there was bloody loads)
►Added an 'S' curve for contrast
►Added unsharp mask for extra clarity and detail
Thanks for looking and please press 'L' on your keyboard for your ultimate crossing experience
Spot removal to get rid of the dust bunnies (bloody loads of them this time)