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The final shot of the day from the Ocean Reef Marina set….The title stems from how difficult the composition was on this particular what point do you set the 1/3 split ?…do you go portrait or landscape….do you set up for a low or high POV…!!!

For what is essentially a “Well Used” popular perspective shot of a jetty, it’s fair to say I was also unsure about posting but I am very please with the overall affect and exposure perfect for B&W !!…so here it is !!

Taken at Ocean Reef Marina, Western Australia 6th July 2010

Nikon D90
Nikon 10-20mm lens @ 14mm
30 second exposure
ISO 100

Heliopan Polarising filter

Hiteck 0.6 ND Grad Hard Edge

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Appreciating and capturing light is the cornerstone to my photography. combine this with the beauty of our Western Australian beaches and rocky coastline and you have something that should be both witnessed, captured and shared.

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  • Sonya Byrne
    Sonya Byrneover 4 years ago

    The decision you made is perfect. Both are nice, but my preference is the coloured shot. I’m a sucker for sunsets.

  • Lol…Thanks for your honesty Sonya…interesting..most are agreeing with you…Thanks again..:)

    – Jonathan Stacey

  • Kylie  Sheahen
    Kylie Sheahenover 4 years ago

    Stunning capture Jonathan, I love the coloured version the tones are superb! :))

  • Thanks Kylie…Most are in agreement..:))

    – Jonathan Stacey

  • wayne51
    wayne51over 4 years ago

    The coloured version is terriffic. Wayne

  • Thanks for your opinion and great comment Wayne.

    – Jonathan Stacey

  • Kay Cunningham
    Kay Cunninghamover 4 years ago

    I love the b&w texture of the wood and th e colours of the sunset – no give me the B&W although I would have praised the colour anyway! 10 for B&W 9 for colour. xx

  • Lol….Thanks for the comment seems your indecision is like mine was !!!!..:)

    – Jonathan Stacey

  • bevanimage
    bevanimageover 4 years ago

    Wow, what a glory! Wonderful warm tones, and fabulous textures in the jetty. For me, colour rules so it’s the top version.

  • Thanks for your honesty and great comment Bev..:))

    – Jonathan Stacey

  • Suellen Cook
    Suellen Cookover 4 years ago

    Fabulous shot Jonathan, I for one never get sick of a great jetty, regardless of POV…I love them both but I prefer the colour. Maybe without the vinettingthe B&W might win….hard one. But I only have one to fave so I will fave the colour

  • Elaine Short
    Elaine Shortover 4 years ago

    A great capture with lovely rich colours…I’m going for the coloured version Jonathan:)

  • Polly x
    Polly xover 4 years ago

  • Husky
    Huskyover 4 years ago

    Totally perfect Jono! I like the colour cas it brings out the texture of the wood.

  • SPDF
    SPDFover 4 years ago

    O mate, top one (colour) please! Feel like walking the plank! Top shot once more.

  • Lol…Thanks Sean…always good to hear from you…:))

    – Jonathan Stacey

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