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This is a discussion on Folly Beach within the Black and White - Monochrome/Monotone - photography forum forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; It's that time of year when I do some drive-by posting. A couple of months of seven twelves and you ...

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    It's that time of year when I do some drive-by posting. A couple of months of seven twelves and you don't feel like a human being anymore. I did drive from Yorktown, VA to Charleston and then back to Yorktown the other day for my daughter's 21st and got this while I was there.

    The couple in the photograph peddled into the frame from the left and parked their bikes. Then they strolled to the water's edge, all in about two minutes.

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    I have a 2 month turn around starting in mid July. The Louisiana heat will take a few people out. I'm not looking forward to those seven 12's.

    Cool long exposure, not sure about the cyclist. I am planning on doing some next week.
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    Lovely image and comp. Feels a wee bit dark though - I completely missed the cyclists at first look.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko View Post
    Lovely image and comp. Feels a wee bit dark though - I completely missed the cyclists at first look.
    Yep, way too dark. I did a clean re_install on the laptop just before the outage season and the last piece of software I wanted to install was for my ColorMunki. Something happened and the program wouldn't load and now the disc is stuck in the drive. Should have !looked at it on another device before posting. Sorry about that.
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    I like this BF. I really like the comp and the cyclists add to the image for me. Yes maybe a little dark, but for you should be a simple fix me thinks.
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    'preciate that, RM. Here's another taken just before or after the other. All I can do now is just brighten'em up a little, I guess.

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    As Runmonty said I think the cyclists add to the image.

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    Love those ghostly figures in the first one.
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