Creek in B&W

© Gary Lange

Creek in B&W

Uploaded: January 07, 2011

Description

f16, 25 second exposure, iSO 100, Gitzo tripod with a Sing Ray Vari ND warming filter. Edited in Capture NX2 and Adobe CS5. Recent rains in San Diego have really made the dry creek beds fill up and they make for nice timed exposures. Shot in Mission Trails Regional Park January 6, 2011. Slight crop. Converted to B&W in CS5.

Exif: F Number: 16, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 25/1 seconds, Flash: did not fire., ISO: 100, White balance: Manual white balance, FocalLength: 27.00 mm, Model: NIKON D300

Comments

Anita Hogue January 07, 2011

Gorgeous in b&w and absolutely a perfect exposure! Happy New Year, Gary! #1342238

Mary Timman January 07, 2011

Beautiful in B&W. Love the softness of the water and clarity in the rocks. #9149191

Amalia Sylvia Arriaga Salinas level-classic January 07, 2011

Beautiful capture of the water Gary!,
Amalia #9149470

Michelle Smith January 09, 2011

I liked the other one because of the colors that stood out. This one is all about the softness of the water, nothing to distract you like the color version. Nice capture of the water and it's soothing qualities.
#9151351

Patrick Rouzes level-classic January 10, 2011

This is one exceptional & captivating image, Gary! The veiling tones, lighting & clarity are superb here, my friend! Hope to see this again! #9154614

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