Bodie Island Lighthouse
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Alaz

Winner of a Nikonians Annual Photo Contest




Location: Brooklyn NY US
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5 bracketed images
NikonD700 + Nikkor 28-70mm F/2.8
at ISO400 F/11 31mm
tweaked in CS4, Nik color efex & Viveza
· Date: Thu 4-February-2010 · Views: 17090 · Filesize: 70.8kb, 396.4kb · Dimensions: 1024 x 680 ·
Rating: ********** 9.50
Keywords: Bodie Island Lighthouse HDR NC
Additional Categories: The Best of Nikonians - 2010 Images
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lastdaylight

Winner of a Nikonians Annual Photo Contest


Location: Dallas TX US
Posts: 848
Thu 4-February-2010 05:25

Whoa, that's dramatic! Great work.
Alaz

Winner of a Nikonians Annual Photo Contest


Location: Brooklyn NY US
Posts: 6
Sat 27-March-2010 16:24

thanks....!!!
anton neilson


Location: QLD AU
Mon 29-March-2010 10:33

Quite stunning! You have shown the Art that conceals Art.
JohnorJacquie


Location: Ottawa ON CA
Posts: 140
Mon 29-March-2010 14:31

Beautifully done.
cameraniac


Location: Chiefland FL US
Posts: 514
Mon 29-March-2010 15:21

Wonderful image Alaz. Thanks for sharing your work.
DebraLee


Location: Toronto ON CA
Posts: 26
Mon 29-March-2010 16:09

Stunning image.


Debra
Alaz

Winner of a Nikonians Annual Photo Contest


Location: Brooklyn NY US
Posts: 6
Mon 29-March-2010 16:38

thanks for your comments....!!!
Cavy2

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Location: Wrightstown PA US
Posts: 6,977
Mon 29-March-2010 17:00

Wonderful shot! Love the detail in the sky and reflections on the windows.
Would you mind posting which NIK Efex filter you used?
Alaz

Winner of a Nikonians Annual Photo Contest


Location: Brooklyn NY US
Posts: 6
Mon 29-March-2010 18:39

Well, glamour glow was used selectively-- mostly in the sky area and some in white surfaces----- pro contrast selectively used to balance the histogram;
Brilliance/warmth applied selectively, too. Post processing is done mainly in CS4 (layers & masking) and some tweaking in Viveza. Wink
tanker179


Location: Palm Beach Gardens FL US
Posts: 3
Fri 22-July-2011 20:18 Rating: 9 

Agree with all the prior comments. Very well done.
PicChick


Location: North Bay ON CA
Posts: 18
Mon 2-January-2012 04:15

Wow! Beautiful shot!
pthek


Location: England UK
Mon 4-February-2013 23:01 Rating: 10 

Bang....You nailed it...Mint frame
Kodisa


Location: TW
Posts: 3
Tue 11-February-2014 15:40

Really like it. Well done Alaz.