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Follow the Lines by enunez Follow the Lines by enunez
I went to this beach named Shark Tooth Beach to try out my new wide angle lens Nikkor 12-24mm. Not the best weather, but I tried to make the best of it. Hope you like it!
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o0oLUXo0o Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2011
The last time i was on this beach it was completely Trashed form a Storm.. but it was Still amazing! Great Shot!
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robertvine Featured By Owner May 30, 2008
Great shot, the lines are so subtle but so effective. Without even thinking about it I looked straight at the cliffs!
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:iconenunez:
enunez Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2008
Thanks!
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:iconpackyman:
packyman Featured By Owner May 19, 2008
very good!!
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bleeding0roses Featured By Owner May 17, 2008   Photographer
That is breath taking!!!
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engridearty Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2007
Nice shot :+fav:
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:iconenunez:
enunez Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2007
Thanks for the comment, and :+fav:, Really appreciated!
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engridearty Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2007
You're welcome :D
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NachoRomero Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2007
Very nice black and white!!
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:iconenunez:
enunez Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2007
Thanks!
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Androidt Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2007
Love the motion and simplicity :)
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enunez Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2007
Thanks!
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P0RG Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2007
Whoops, screwed up the link!
[link]
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:iconenunez:
enunez Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2007
Thanks for such honor, i really appreciate it!
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P0RG Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2007
=]
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P0RG Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2007
Featured in my journal: [link]

:peace:
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jerkoph Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2007
sweet
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:iconenunez:
enunez Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2007
Thanks
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Mlle-Wonka Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2007  Student Photographer
Amazing picture
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:iconenunez:
enunez Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2007
Thanks!
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Mlle-Wonka Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2007  Student Photographer
you're welcome!
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JenniferSpriggs Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
You have been featured. [link] :heart:
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:iconenunez:
enunez Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2007
Thanks a lot for such honor, I really appreciate it.
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Duvina Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2007   Photographer
Cool!
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:iconenunez:
enunez Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2007
Thanks for the comment, and :+fav:
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kwetket Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
oh wow there's really a sense of motion in this pic! i love the contrast and framing too
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enunez Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2007
Thanks!!!
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emberghost Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2007
Awesome shot, love the slow effect.
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:iconenunez:
enunez Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2007
Thanks, I really appreciate your comment!
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dale427 Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2007
This works so well, I'm dizzy! Amazing perspective.
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Argent47 Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2007
Great photo, the lines worked really well, and I like the texture on the rocks. I agree with the comments above, maybe a vignette would help draw you in a bit. Nice photo, all the same!
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enunez Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2007
Thanks for your comments... I've been playing with the vignetting, I may update it later.
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klsa12 Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2007
beautiful :)
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:iconenunez:
enunez Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2007
Thanks!
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P0RG Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2007
How long was this exposed for?
I forgot to ask. =]
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enunez Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2007
Here is exposure information:

ISO100 2.5secs @ f/16 12mm
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P0RG Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2007
Ahh, thanks for the information.
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P0RG Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2007
Exquisite

:+fav:
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enunez Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2007
Thanks for the comment, and fave!
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P0RG Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2007
But of course. If you didn't just see me post, how long was the exposure?
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proverbialcheese Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2007
Handsome photo!
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Crisc0 Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2007
you only have a few pics but they are all top notch!
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:iconenunez:
enunez Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2007
Thanks, I just joined around 2 weeks, I'll be adding more pictures, as I get time. Thanks for your comment.
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DMcRae Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2007
I wanted to comment on this earlier but I was busy. Great place! I'd have a field day there! I think the rocks look a little flat (same greys right across). I'd darken up some of the sides with the PS burn tool. That would make them pop out a little. Very nice photo. Great exposure. Love the lines sweeping in to the sea. Easy :+fav:
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enunez Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2007
Duncan,

Thanks for your comment/critique, I really value it. I had been playing with the photo and I just updated it. I really love your black and whites images, and you gave me inspiration to try a bit more on the photo. Let me know what you think of it now.
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DMcRae Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2007
Better. The blacks are blacker and the rocks pop out more. Did you try vignetting it as well? It doesn't always help and may not here. Just wondering. I'm a fan, I tend to over do it though!
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enunez Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2007
Thanks, I really appreciate your insight into your techniques, as I really love what you get in the black & White images you present. I usually do vignetting by adding a overlay 50% gray layer in PS, and then just going with the Filter->Distort->Lens Correction, and playing with vignetting there. Do you use a particular method, or just regular burning the corners?

Thanks again, for your help.
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DMcRae Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2007
I use the lasso tool to crete a round edged square inside the picture. I then right click and feather to 200px. Right click again, select inverse. With the selection still on screen, add a new adjustment layer - curves. I then drag the curve down - darkening the outer edges gradually. There are probably many many ways of doing the same thing.
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enunez Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2007
Thanks, I will try your method. I really love the way you get such effect in your images.
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icondigital Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2007
very nice Edward! :thumbsup:
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