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June 17, 2012
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Crossing The Riverflow Of Time by darkcalypso Crossing The Riverflow Of Time by darkcalypso
Camera : Canon EOS 40D
Lens : Canon EF 100mm F2,8 Macro USM
Camera Settings : 1/200 - F2,8 - ISO 250

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This shot is really stunning. The colors have a little cold tone but the altogether the picture looks really warm to me. In general I think the colors look great and create a nice picture.

The short exposure time lets the water look like the time is standing still which is really cool, because your main subject is a clock :) I don't know if you had that in mind when you took the picture..

Also the depth of field is chosen very well with the wide open aperture. I like the fuzzy string and it would look strange, if the reflection of the clock would be clearly detailed. I'm not sure if I can recognize the edge of the bowl in the background at the top left. Maybe it should be a bit more blurred in that area.. But that's just nitpick ;)

What I also have to say is that I really like your signature. Most signatures look kind of disturbing but yours is really smooth and it just fits the picture.

Altogether this picture looks great. You did a good job there :)
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wingsofdragons Feb 6, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Love this one ... I have the same watch my grandmum gave to me years ago.
the design in the center is different but everything is the same.......
ROSEroseROSE14 Jul 3, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
How is this much amazing possible???
Comment as tu pris cette photo?
Tu l'as fait comment le fluide sous la montre à gousset?
darkcalypso Jun 20, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Merci :)
Le fluide c'est juste de l'eau, j'ai "trempé" le bas de la montre dans un récipient transparent rempli d'eau ^^
d'accord. Elle n'a donc pas été retouché ou créer par ordinateur...?
darkcalypso Jun 20, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Non, c'est une vraie photo, pas une photomanipulation. J'ai seulement édité les paramètres habituels : contraste, couleur, netteté.
PictureByPali Jun 19, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
well done !! this really beautiful
catchingfyre Jun 19, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Beautiful work :)
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