This piece is purely stunning. It's amazing that it was actually taken by a camera, instead of created in a photo-manipulating program. I love the effect the water has. To me, it looks more like a white silk sheet, instead of water, giving it the effect that it was created instead of captured. How many times is this actually captured in nature? This is one of the few. I love the black-and-white coloring. It brings the shot into unison, whereas color would distract from the piece. Also, the black-and-white effect adds to the mysterious feel the piece has. All in all, I think this is a wonderful shot, which required skill, technique, and a passion to capture.
That's ofcourse if they allow it you can find Camera Data in the right lower corner.. kind of right besdide this text! but you have to know , that i dont remember distance object. since you cant see it on the data Feel free to ask me anything, just "Note" me! Anyways please add me to "watch", ill add you now
Im not a premium member so i cant criteque, but this is truley inspirational, really nice use of black and white, creates fantastic contrast and highlights the water Well angled it frames itself! The more i look the more i scan the sides as the detale is really attention catching.. loverly natural feel because of the plants, the old style of the stone really makes it work I am going to cheack your gallery out XD