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My apologies for not posting anything last night but I was busy finishing off our latest tutorial, Digital workflow: part one.

As for this shot: it was taken on the same trip as the previous three that I've put up, and while it isn't quite as striking, or as unusual, I'm pleased with how it turned out. And in case you're wondering, the toning was done in LAB Color mode.

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2.32pm on 27/1/08
Canon 1Ds Mark II
EF 24-70mm f/2.8L USM
aperture priority
C1 Pro
3x2 + piers [Fleetwood] + fylde coast [scenic]
comment by Craig @ id7.co.uk at 08:53 PM (GMT) on 31 January, 2008

uhmmm.... now I'm torn on this composition....my eye is bouncing around...... somebits I love, somebits at edge of frame and tip of rod, I don't..... oooooh let me think I need more time to conscider this picture...... difficult to get with the long exposure.... csj

comment by ApoChromatic at 09:51 PM (GMT) on 31 January, 2008

Nice composition and monochromatic treatment. However, I think it's maybe a bit soft.

comment by Robbie Veldwijk at 11:12 PM (GMT) on 31 January, 2008

Wow great shot! Nice colors and a good composition!!

comment by jkm at 11:30 PM (GMT) on 31 January, 2008

I prefer the other three shots. The sky is a bit too dull for me and I feel a bit llike Craig on this one. Hurray for the new tutorial, can't wait to get started.

comment by tania at 12:06 PM (GMT) on 1 February, 2008

Haha! love where they are pointing!

comment by djn1 at 09:17 PM (GMT) on 1 February, 2008

Thanks all.

comment by Navin Harish at 10:25 AM (GMT) on 6 February, 2008

In Hindi we have a word "dunali" It is a very common and famous word for a double barrel guns that were very popular here. I guess this is the fishing exuivalent of it