Discussion in 'Forum Competitions and Themes' started by Catriona, Aug 30, 2021.
Old and new.
Difficult one for me. I seem to devote a lot of time mitigating lighting contrast because I see high contrast as a problem, particularly in garden photography. A search on my Flickr just came up with a moan on how hard it was to eliminate here.
274A2992.jpg by Pete, on Flickr
I think this is the highest lighting contrast picture I have taken - the reflected sun was so bright as to be painful.
BV9R3140.jpg by Pete, on Flickr
I have to refresh myself on the colour wheel - etc. but this is quite contrasty colour wise.
BV9R2993.jpg by Pete, on Flickr
Chelsea Harbour at low tide.
IMG_6348edit by Keith Hudson, on Flickr
Scan-130824-0002edit by Keith Hudson, on Flickr
Porsche Not by Keith Hudson, on Flickr
Fig #2 by Keith Hudson, on Flickr
Tree @ f/1.4 by Keith Hudson, on Flickr
Love the Porsche one! Made me laugh. Reminders of how I used to drool walking past the Porsche showroom in Amersham, on my way to the auction rooms.
My morning outing.
Oh, the excitement is too much.
A secluded garden shelter. I know it is late but still to enjoy.
190921 - Contrast
Anot vwery good picture (forgot I was set on macro) but the edge of my hedge!
Now you know the marathon cut.
Pfft, just the wide angle making it look that way. *Runs for dear life*
in the estuarine enunciation - "the edge of me 'edge" !
The only edge I can think of at this time of the morning is water-side on Pontcysyllte Aqueduct. It must be unsettling to be going over it in a narrow boat, especially on a first time ever hire from the mini-marina at Trevor.
274A4893.jpg by Pete, on Flickr
This is, as far as I can remember, taken with me standing as close to the edge of a quarry that I'm going to get. The army use it for climbing/abseil training. There are a lot of iron spikes driven into the ground on top to tie their ropes to. The drop is probably 60-80 feet.
DSCF4262.jpg by Pete, on Flickr
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