This is the last of the shots I took with Theis Dahl the other weekend and, in case you're wondering, this rung was about 10" long and formed part of the internal structure of the boat I put up in this shot.

If you're interested, the original is here:

.../archives/climbing_down.php

In this instance the processing was extremely straightforward; i.e. a 16x9 crop, a Curve to increase contrast, and another masked Curve to add a vignette.

Oh, and this one definitely looks better with the black theme!

And finally, if you didn't read my entry on my previous image, our latest tutorial – Working with textures: part two – has now been published. There's some further info here:

http://www.chromasia.com/tutorials/online/wwt2_info.php

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11.17am on 13/6/09
Canon 5D
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