Icy Water
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aperture= F20
shutter = 1/2"
lens = 28-108 / F2.8-3.5 Olympus
Shot at 54mm
iso 100
location = Stebbins Gulch in Holden Arboretum
time of day = mid afternoon January 19 2008
Used a circular polarizer to cut out glare in the water

For this final assignment on a theme, I picked B&W imagery. This winter, as I tried to capture more images from winter, I found myself playing more and more with B&W images. I find the stark contrast, and monotone feel, lends itself toward my emotional feel of the winter scenery.

So I've picked a few images shot over the last few months to reflect that mood I was trying to capture.

This first horizontal is from an ice stream that I really enjoyed capturing some ideas from in January. Even though it is a stark, monotone feel, there is an intimacy and 'warmth' to the flow in this image.

The texture of the flowing water over the ice gives a 'warmth' to the image even though we know it is cold.

Exif: F Number: 20, Exposure Bias Value: 0.30, ExposureTime: 1/2 seconds, Flash: did not fire, compulsory flash mode, ISO: 100, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 27.00 mm, Model: E-300

Uploaded on 3/7/2008 8:09:58 AM

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