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Making use of puddles...

Discussion in 'Photography & The Digital Darkroom' started by beanoir, Oct 6, 2012.

  1. beanoir
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    beanoir Sharpest Tongue in the West

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    Tried the new lens out today (24-105mm) and it seems a really good all-round lens so i'm pretty happy with it. Did a few shots of my brother's and my mate's mx-5s and tried to do some post processing in the style of Laurent Nivalle.

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    Hi Nick, you been busy again:icon_thumright:
    This is the winner for me.. The reflection on the car, the background, the signs, it all works
    [​IMG]Do you think this may have worked better with the cars just outside the water?
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    In a word, yes. I think it would have worked better with the cars just outside of the water actually, it's the first time i've attempted a reflection type shot like that and so i'll know for next time at at least. It also means I don't have to get my feet quite so wet next time!!
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