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Pluie verglaçante / Frozen Rain #2
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NIKON D200
18 mm
f 11
30s
-0.33 EV
Iso 125
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2006.12.01
21:55
Nikon AF-S 18-200mm
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Pluie verglaçante / Frozen Rain #2

C'est vrai que la lumière paraît totalement irréelle et pourtant ce n'est pas dû au post-traitement. L'exposition longue y est pour une bonne part, mais j'ai aussi utilisé une lampe torche électrique pour éclairer la barrière sur la droite ;).



It is true that the light appears completely unreal, however it is not due to postprocessing. The effect was caused by the long exposure, but I also used an electric flashlight to illuminate the fence on the right ;).

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  • NIKON D200
  • 18 mm
  • f 11
  • 30s
  • Iso 125
  • 2006.12.01 - 21:55

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23 Comment(s)

  • Ca donne effectivement une impression assez bizarre et ça fait peur de voir ce genre de gel. Il fait froid ici à la montagne, mais autant que ça.
    zac @ 2006-12-04 03:26
  • Holy crap, that looks cold. I like your idea of using a flashlight, I might try that some day. Colours and processing superlative as always, Julien.
    leeroy @ 2006-12-04 04:05
  • Very nice and impressive shot.
    Frank @ 2006-12-04 06:01
  • I like the way colors appear on your night shots. Incredible. Are they real or is the some kind of post processing?
    redge @ 2006-12-04 08:00
  • Effectivement, il en est tombé une sacrée couche. Impressionnant! La lumière est géniale.
    Claude @ 2006-12-04 08:03
  • > Redge : Thanks, hehe, just read the introduction text ;)
    Julien @ 2006-12-04 08:04
  • very cool, the detail is immense... the use of the flash is good too,
    JD @ 2006-12-04 08:40
  • I love the lighting in this - lovely night shot.
    Craig Wilson @ 2006-12-04 08:50
  • Absolument superbe
    Ambiome @ 2006-12-04 09:39
  • Very nice, the ice on the fence is looking great
    Taswir @ 2006-12-04 10:18
  • very nice composition. i really like the subject matter that you used for your long exposure. and the use of the flash light was a nice touch
    Brock @ 2006-12-04 14:55
  • Toujours aussi beau, et j'attend avec impatiente cette période de glasse pour pouvoir m'y tester
    Quenton @ 2006-12-04 16:53
  • Belle composition. Bravo!
    Martine @ 2006-12-04 21:01
  • Really liking your night shots, this is the sort of thing most of us would pass by but you have seen this well. Great.
    Dave @ 2006-12-05 02:34
  • You are fruitful photographer! And I can learn much from Your knowledge. I like this fence- bended line makes this pic very dynamic.
    WuKa @ 2006-12-05 03:21
  • Merci ! / Thank you !
    Julien @ 2006-12-05 07:55
  • donne un aspect spécial à l'image, un métallique qui réflète avec les lumières de la ville
    Jonathan @ 2006-12-08 18:44
  • Stunning nightshot! Very nice lighting. (Is this a HDR Image?)
    Huber Andreas @ 2006-12-09 12:47
  • > Huber Andreas : Thanks ! No HDR, I used an electric flashlight to illuminate the fence on the right ;)
    Julien @ 2006-12-09 15:27
  • One day I will have an image like this in my portfolio :) Suby
    Suby @ 2006-12-19 19:16
  • Awesome leading lines! Great job!
    What The Heck Journal @ 2007-01-13 07:33
  • this is awesome. nice use of HDR
    dillonpic @ 2008-03-11 18:05
  • > dillonpic : this is not HDR, this is a single exposure and I used a flashlight on the fence.
    Julien @ 2008-03-12 07:56

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