Welcome to Panachallenge!
If you are already a member, Click Here to Log In.

 
     
t t rss cal
    Home   ·   Rules   ·   Mugshots   ·   Challenges   ·   Stats   ·   Forums   ·   Help Register    

  #170 Rule of Thirds, Again
Entry 5 of 32
   
 
      ©2016 dk
Olympus E-M5       4th place, 169 points
277s, f13, ISO 200, 24mm, Manual, Pattern, no flash
 
Post-Processing: monochrome conversion, crop
adjust contrast and burn
slight sharpen
adjust highlights
clone out pixel noise (long exposure)
      Extra Info: None
 
19 comments on this entry
Log in to
add a comment

ysal
Apr 20, 2016
    Thank you for the explanation on how you got this effect! Seems like it took some planning, and it paid off beautifully. This was my #2.
Edited on Apr 20, 2016

dk
Apr 19, 2016
    thank you all for the kind comments.

Mepo
Apr 19, 2016
    Beautiful example of what you can do with the rule of thirds. My #2. excellent choice of shutter speed.

Lo
Apr 18, 2016
    A very striking photo. Congratulations.

mrsawyer
Apr 18, 2016
    Great long exposure! Great finish! Congrats!

johncomyn
Apr 18, 2016
    Congrats, real fan of your work I like the way you experiment!

    Comments After End of Challenge    
    Comments During Voting    

wrosenthal
Apr 18, 2016
    Spectacular and dramatic b&w treatment here. What a great sky!. A favorite.

Lo
Apr 18, 2016
    Beautiful effect achieved by the long exposure. Really stunning.

hifi
Apr 18, 2016
    Great choice to use a very long exposure on this. Well done!

dk
Apr 18, 2016
    ysal-I took this just before sunset using a long exposure (about 4.5 mins) with ND filters (think about 9 stops). With that, you see intense light from sun between trunks of trees, and, since I waited for an eve when the clouds were moving slowly away from the sunset, I get the streaking effect as a result of that cloud movement during the long exposure.

johncomyn
Apr 18, 2016
    Very nice, love the streaky sky.

ysal
Apr 17, 2016
    Very dramatic and beautiful image. I hope you share more information on how you got this look. In my top picks.

forkcandles
Apr 17, 2016
    looks like our tree expert has done it again
what a wonderful sky

aoc46
Apr 16, 2016
    Very dramatic, and excellent use of Rule of Thirds. Well done!

dk
Apr 16, 2016
    should have titled this, sunset, as that's what I shot.

Keep guessing NEAT....;]. But thanks for the compliment!

trees, yeah, slight very low level wind.

thanks AC
Edited on Apr 16, 2016

Anthony Comyn
Apr 16, 2016
    That is a very long exposure, which seems to have created these interesting streaks in the sky. Well done. In may favourites.

NEAT
Apr 16, 2016
    Hmm let me guess John?? Love the sky, the trees look a little soft though, nice conversion to black and white.

davemisunas
Apr 15, 2016
    very nice black and white... good composition and use of 1/3 rule... in favorites and TT.

SteveBee
Apr 14, 2016
    Effective use of very long exposure to create the effect in the sky. I like the composition as well and that the tallest or nearest trees are where the light streaks in the sky converge. Much better than if the treetops were in a horizontal line.
Entry Navigation
First       Prev       Entry
5 of 32
      Next       Last      

Entry
Navigation



First



Prev


Entry
5 of 32


Next


Last

Vote Stats
26 total votes:

1st  (1): |
2nd  (6): ||||||
3rd  (3): |||
4th  (5): |||||
5th  (3): |||
6th  (2): ||
7th  (2): ||
8th  (2): ||
9th  (2): ||
10th  (0):  

[Votes]


By dk


United States

80 Challenge
entries:

#152 21st
#153 4th
#154 6th
#155 4th
#156 4th
#157 5th
#158 30th
#159 18th
#160 2nd
#161 21st
#162 4th
#163 3rd
#164 1st
#165 4th
#166 9th
#167 5th
#168 3rd
#169 9th
#170 13th
#171 19th
#172 11th
#173 2nd
#174 6th
#175 2nd
#176 4th
#177 3rd
#178 25th
#179 10th
#180 19th
#181 27th
#182 17th
#183 12th
#184 12th
#185 17th
#186 7th
#187 28th
#188 14th
#189 16th
#190 13th
#191 5th
#192 32nd
#193 6th
#194 6th
#195 12th
#196 29th
#197 13th
#198 37th
#199 4th
#200 17th
#201 11th
#202 17th
#203 4th
#204 21st
#205 21st
#206 7th
#207 5th
#208 9th
#209 21st
#210 20th
#211 14th
#212 6th
#213 20th
#214 6th
#215 13th
#216 31st
#217 13th
#218 5th
#219 12th
#220 4th
#221 7th
#222 5th
#223 26th
#224 12th
#225 23rd
#226 21st
#227 5th
#228 15th
#229 12th
#230 4th
#231 1st

Avg rank:
12th




Entry
Navigation



First



Prev


Entry
5 of 32


Next


Last
    Comments? Suggestions? Problems? Click here!       Disclaimer