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Fades Away       ©2014 fistfulofpowder
Nikon D300S       2nd place, 187 points
65s, f22, ISO 100, 11mm, Manual(1), Multi-segment(5), ?
 
Post-Processing: Converted to black and white in Adobe lightroom.       Extra Info: ND Filter.
 
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Jade O.
Jul 15, 2014
    Super!

RolandB
Jul 15, 2014
    Congratulations. Great POV. Very effective in B&W

mrsawyer
Jul 15, 2014
    Congrats etown! Great finish! Hope to see your photos more often!

Mepo
Jul 14, 2014
    Congrats - I have to get some of those ND filters.

SteveBee
Jul 14, 2014
    Congratulations! I loved both of your entries and am inspired to try some long exposure shots.

Lo
Jul 14, 2014
    Wow - two in the top 5! Congratulations on your excellent handling of the expossure.

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mrsawyer
Jul 14, 2014
    Dramatic POV, dramatic sky! Love the clarity and lighting. In my favs.

Mepo
Jul 14, 2014
    In my top picks right from the start. Love everything about it. The long exposure effect in the sky lifts it even higher. Super shot!

Lo
Jul 14, 2014
    A very interesting, lonely shot. I have to wonder why this house was built in the middle of a field with no trees, no neighbours. Great lighting.

Amberbug
Jul 14, 2014
    Nice sht and composition.

johncomyn
Jul 14, 2014
    Very nice composition, great moving sky. 65 second exposure helped. Think this would have worked well with some tone mapping, to give more dramatic end result.

Sarah
Jul 13, 2014
    The rustic and abandoned theme, together with the the whispy clouds put this picture in my TT for sure. The effect of the darkened edges also highlights the subject of the photo. Nice shot!

SteveBee
Jul 13, 2014
    As good as or better than your main entry. My favorite in the open challenge. What strength ND filter are you using?

cookiejar
Jul 13, 2014
    Interesting angle, good result.

forkcandles
Jul 12, 2014
    good use of a ND filter to get movement in the sky with a stationary sky
will you show the colour in outtakes

Phil99
Jul 12, 2014
    Like it. I especially like the way the clouds have been photographed which emphasizes the windswept, desolate look.

Adirondack Gal
Jul 12, 2014
    Love, love, love, this! It's another one of those images where you say WOW as your mouth drops open! This is just beautifully captured. I'm sure you will do well with this image in the challenge. Good Luck!

dk
Jul 12, 2014
    well done. Effective use of long exposure - enhances the subject and the story of the fade away

elliott
Jul 11, 2014
    great find. perfect composition. love it.

RobertLavker
Jul 11, 2014
    I think of Wyeth or Ryohei Tanaka (Japanese artist) when I look at this image. It is spectacular. My number one. Outstanding!

hifi
Jul 11, 2014
    Very effective use of long exposure. I always keep meaning to try something like this! The b&w works, but I would also like to see your original version in color posted in the outtakes after the challenge is over.

Edward
Jul 11, 2014
    Great image, and well composed, but I wonder how it would look if it were cropped tighter on the left side. I would also like to see the color version, if you can post it in outtakes later.
Edited on Jul 11, 2014

Jade O.
Jul 11, 2014
    Nice!
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