|Copyright: james byrne (jimmybb)
|Date Taken: 2013-09-24|
|Exposure: f/2.8, 1/40 seconds|
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|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2013-10-23 5:49|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Had a weeks break in Killarney last month,had just finished an article in the latest edition of national geographic,the article referred to a photographer taking a shot of his main picture and the what he is standing on and combining both,this shot was taken in Killarney National park the other shot was taken on the gravel path I was standing,|
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I like the idea and the result of your work. I would have never thought of this. Interesting for sure. Almost has a hard watercolor effect. Nice
- [2013-10-23 9:01]
Clever & very artistic Jimmy,I've seen images where the photographer has used a chosen textured background to this effect,but I thought it interesting & effective the way you have captured it.Will definitely try this out.Appreciated you showing this method.
- [2013-10-23 11:19]
A very successful experiment, in my opinion.
I like the textured BG, the beautiful greenery of Ireland.
Quite an interesting depth into the perspective.
Very interesting experiment and I like the result.
Well balanced, nice reading of the picture, great colors/contrast.
what a lovely artwork indeed by a great presentation of vanishing point and colours and ALSO details well done and do it again JAMES BYRNE