OK - maybe they didn't mean that sort.
This is a shot down at Newlyn harbour and is one I'm quite happy with. Taken pretty much wide open which means that the placement of the plane of focus is critical to show the right detail in the right places..
I loved the way that the planes of the harbour ramp (which the chain follows the edge of) drops away both at the top and the bottom of the picture, adding to the separation of the chain, almost letting it float in mid-air.
The latest LandscapeGB is up and there is a free article looking at how the bayer mosaic effects colour detail. There are also free posts from Richard Childs and Jon Gibbs and subscriber only content by Rob Hudson and Joe Cornish - the latter an article on Aspect Ratios in photography, the first of two parts.. Hope you like! www.landscapegb.com
Taken on the October 2010 Light & Land Advanced Large Format Course - Led by Joe Cornish and David Ward