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 By: John Bohner  
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Photographer  John Bohner {Karma:8368}
Project #30 Water Camera Model Leica M8
Categories Seascapes
Film Format Digital RAW
Portfolio Lens 35 mm f/2
Uploaded 5/25/2009 Film / Memory Type dng
    ISO / Film Speed 160
Views 2972 Shutter
Favorites Aperture f/
Critiques 14 Rating
/ 5 Ratings
Location City -  Manhattan Beach
Country - United States   United States
About The best of both worlds. 1/10 sec exp on foreground surf and 32 seconds to flatten the sea. composited in CS3
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There are 14 Comments in 1 Pages
Alana Thevenet   {K:1046} 3/14/2018
What a lovely image, John. The light in this is special.


Paul Freeman Paul Freeman   {K:35606} 9/29/2014
Great photo John


jacques brisebois   {K:73883} 8/31/2009
WOW, perfect capture.


John Bohner   {K:8368} 8/20/2009
N.C.? Thats gonna make an afternoon shoot here at the beach with me kind of tough! Any place near Durham? I have a 1/10 chance of getting there in any one year. Best wishes as always. JB


Roberto Arcari Farinetti Roberto Arcari Farinetti   {K:209486} 8/19/2009
and just the second mode..
7+ again...


John Bohner   {K:8368} 8/19/2009
Aw shucks, you make me blush. Thank you Usefilm and Staff for the kind recognition.


Eric Goldwasser   {K:4294} 8/17/2009
Hey man, love this!

Miss our pier, but loving living in NC now. Will eventually cool down enough to go out and shoot something. Will share when I can!



Ann  Van Breemen   {K:13399} 7/7/2009
Imageopolis Featured Photo Critique Very nice combining, John. I really like this one. Lovely colours and a moody feel to it.:)


M  jalili M  jalili   {K:69009} 5/25/2009
Big work my friend . 7/7 ..............


Jose Ignacio (Nacho) Garcia Barcia Jose Ignacio (Nacho) Garcia Barcia   {K:96391} 5/25/2009
marvelous mood. outstanding. in my favorites. wonderful portafolio. 7+++++++++++++++++++++++++


vehbi dileksiz vehbi dileksiz   {K:37355} 5/25/2009
excellent seascape capture...perfect work...vehbi...


John Bohner   {K:8368} 5/25/2009
Complicated is a relative thing. I had to have two images of the same scene, different exposure times but similar total brightness. then used photoshop cs3 to align the images.Then all I had to do was erase the part I didn;t want. After that I flattened the image and blurred the edges a bit. Thanks for the kind words. John B


Cathy Carroll Cathy Carroll   {K:28144} 5/25/2009
Worth the effort of combining them. Is that complicated to do? Beautiful work. CC


Yamil Saenz Yamil Saenz   {K:12434} 5/25/2009
Superb shot John,
And thanks for sharing the settings.
I'll save them for future references.






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