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October 2nd, 2015 at 11:06 am
A black and White in the traditional style, aka Ansel Adams. Details in the highlights and shadows, strong composition, with in-camera effects due to long shutter speeds. No technical fault such as camera shake. Intentionally breaks the rule-of-thirds to good advantage. As I truly believe that rules are meant to be broken. I am also a fan of low key versus high key, as it tends to a more emotional response from me rather than a commercial photo feel.
So that is my highly opinionated take. I also recognize that it would take a lot for me to duplicate such a shot as a hand held shooter in a land locked state in the US who is too gear shy to carry my camera down to beaches that I would get washed out to sea.
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