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Taken one evening in the historic town of Queenscliff on the Bellarine Peninsula whilst sitting down to fish and chips. An average evening but thought the black and white turned out fairly well.

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Canon EOS 350D
Canon 18-55mm EF-S @ 55mm
Shutter speed – 1/125 sec
Aperture – f/8
ASA – 100
Handheld

Single jpeg image tonemapped and coverted to black and white in Photomatix 4.1.4. Finished in Adobe Photoshop CS5.

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queenscliff, bellarine, bellarine peninsula, jetty, pier, historic, boatshed, ferry, sorrento ferry, sorrento queenscliff ferry, fishermen, canon, canon eos, canon eos 350d, canon 350d, 350d, black and white, b w, photomatix, cs5, photoshop cs5

Hi, I’m an amateur photographer living in the Dandenong Ranges area – around an hours drive (on a good day!) from Melbourne, Australia.
My main camera is a Canon EOS 350D DSLR and while most of my work is digital, I love to work with film when possible.
Photography is a real passion for me and I endeavor to keep learning new techniques; RedBubble really helps my photography improve and spurs things along.
Cheers

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Comments

  • Andrejs Jaudzems
    Andrejs Jaudzemsabout 2 years ago

    Nice work Matt, the texture in the clouds, water and sand really work well.

  • Thanks a heap mate! Just found this and thought I would have a fiddle round with it – the black and white really brought out the textures. Glad you like it, Andrejs, cheers.

    – Matt Carlyon

  • Warren  Patten
    Warren Pattenabout 2 years ago

    Superb work Matt..cheers.

  • Thanks mate – appreciate the fave too! Glad you like it Waz, cheers.

    – Matt Carlyon

  • Hovis
    Hovisabout 2 years ago

    Nice one Matt looks great m8ty :))))))))))

  • Thanks very much matey – glad you like it!! Sorry for the late reply too – been flat out! Cheers.

    – Matt Carlyon

  • dgscotland
    dgscotlandabout 2 years ago

    Magic mono my friend…works very well.

    Click the banner to take you to the group. Your work is welcome here and please enjoy it.

  • Thanks Derek – the B&W really brought out the atmosphere. Thanks as always mate – always appreciate the great comments, cheers.

    – Matt Carlyon

  • Robin Brown
    Robin Brownabout 2 years ago

    Blackpool without the lights!
    Dark & moody Matt full of mystery!
    Cool shot!
    Sorry been disconnected for a bit!
    Back now though!

  • Thanks Rob!! The B&W really added to the mood in this one. Now that you mention it – I suppose it is rather like Blackpool – no fancy illuminations here though!
    I’ve been away from RB heaps lately aswell so your not the only one mate!
    Glad you like it and thanks for the fave too! Cheers :D

    – Matt Carlyon

  • Colleen2012
    Colleen2012about 2 years ago

    Very atmospheric – love this black and white Matt.
    Love Colleen2012

  • Thanks a heap Colleen!!! Rapt you like this one, cheers!

    – Matt Carlyon

  • Harry Oldmeadow
    Harry Oldmeadowabout 2 years ago

    love the light on the water in the foreground. Nicely composed and very atmospheric. Nice work Matt (fav)

  • Thanks for dropping in, commenting and favouriting Harry! Always very much appreciated mate! It was a somewhat average evening but the B&W brought out quite a bit more atmosphere. Pleased that you like it, cheers!

    – Matt Carlyon

  • Rosalie Scanlon
    Rosalie Scanlonabout 2 years ago

    Beautiful capture Matt, very dramatic sky.

  • Thankyou Rosalie – so glad you like this one!!! Certainly didn’t have the same appeal in colour – the black and white really brought out the mood and atmosphere. Thanks again Rosalie, cheers.

    – Matt Carlyon

  • Julie  White
    Julie Whiteabout 2 years ago

    Outstanding capture Matt well done.

  • Always appreciated Julie!! Thanks for the great comment and the fave – so glad you like it, cheers!

    – Matt Carlyon

  • Tom Gomez
    Tom Gomezabout 2 years ago

    Nice one, looks good in mono …

  • Yeah, thanks Tom, the mono really brought out the mood contrast, cheers.

    – Matt Carlyon

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