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skibreeze7

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Location: Astoria OR US
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dm1dave

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Location: Lowden IA US
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Mon 22-October-2018 10:00

Awsome!
rosewood_ltd

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Location: Akron OH US
Posts: 3,688
Thu 01-November-2018 10:40

I love how you keep on coming up with great new looks at the Peter Ireldale. It's a spot I've wanted to get to for a long time, in no small measure because of your images. This is one of the best in a long line of great takes on this subject. Really well done, Darryl.
ajdooley

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Location: Waterloo IL US
Posts: 5,741
Tue 27-November-2018 07:11

Some people just stumble on great scenes. But others work at recording a special image. This is pretty obviously the latter! Darryl Hodson's capture here is simply amazing!
dagoldst


Location: Little Rock AR US
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Tue 27-November-2018 10:50 Rating: 10 

This is a cool picture. I take it that it was assembled from multiple shots?
skibreeze7

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Location: Astoria OR US
Posts: 1,274
Tue 27-November-2018 11:43

Hi David,
This was actually just one shot, with a 95 second exposure. After opening
the shutter, using the new "Time" setting on my D850, I walked inside of the
shipwreck, light-painted the foreground, turned off the light, and walked back
to my tripod, ending the exposure once I was back at my camera.


I attempted many variations of this theme, as you can see with the number
of footprints I left.


Thanks for the inquiry,
Darryl