BOne Yard Boomer by dongoldney
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BOne Yard Boomer

by dongoldney in Water falls of Australia

taken at the back of an old basalt quarry near Kiama NSW

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  • hussam

    hussam

    awesome exposure

    Nov 11th, 2012 Reply e-Retina
  • JurgenDoe

    JurgenDoe

    Did you edit the photo .. because the water doesn't look real .. they are cut off like photoshop brushes

    Nov 11th, 2012 Reply Subscriber
    • muntoo

      muntoo

      I'm guessing the water came crashing every once in a while, and he shot a 0.4sec exposure when he heard/saw it coming (on a tripod, of course, possibly remote triggered).

      And he exported it in Aperture 3.4.2.

      I would say this scene is quite plausible, though out of the ordinary. What bothers me most in verifying the validity of this is the still-water rather than the moving water (which, again, is entirely possible).

      http://www.findexif.com/?l=ydsp9

      Feb 11th, 2013 Reply
    • JurgenDoe

      JurgenDoe

      well it still is to straight for me on the foreground .. water does not look like this when splashing .. I'm not taking this as photograph only

      Feb 12th, 2013 Reply Subscriber
    • muntoo

      muntoo

      An exposure time of 0.4s would blur the water traveling at this velocity, and create the lines we see (similar to this http://i.imgur.com/MyZmwMd.jpg ). But, yes, it's still possible it was Photoshopped.

      Feb 12th, 2013 Reply
    • JurgenDoe

      JurgenDoe

      It would but look at the end of the water .. cut off and not flowing .. only brushes do this .. there is no running and the front of the water doesn't seems quite right as reflection either

      Feb 12th, 2013 Reply Subscriber
    • muntoo

      muntoo

      Ah, yes. The only explanation for that would be a violent rushing "wave" of water crashing against the rocks every once in a while.

      I want to believe this is real. :P

      Feb 12th, 2013 Reply
    • JurgenDoe

      JurgenDoe

      nope it's not real .. it's to faky to be real

      Feb 12th, 2013 Reply Subscriber
  • 7Shadows

    7Shadows

    The water is kind of unbelievable. Almost looks like brushes on Photoshop. ;)

    Nov 10th, 2012 Reply