Remains of Time

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Ganesh H Shankar
Remains of Time
Fri Mar 13, 2015 11:00 pm
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Ganesh H Shankar  Joined CNP On 24 Apr 2008    Total Image posts 541    -   Total Image Comments 5345    -   Image Post to Comment Ratio 1:10    -   Image Comment Density 40     -     Total Forum Posts 808

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Commentby Pratik Pradhan on Fri Mar 13, 2015 11:27 pm

I really liked the rendition of streaks & forms in your recent images. though it might take little more time for me to settle with your crops :D

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Pratik

Commentby Madhav Jois on Sat Mar 14, 2015 9:52 am

Beautifully crafted image sir! The way streaks stand out is really pleasing to see. I cant help but to wonder about the crop. How big is it sir? Also, your choice of border is very interesting. Never seen it before in your images. Can you please share the idea behind? Thanks for sharing.

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Commentby Ganesh H Shankar on Sat Mar 14, 2015 3:57 pm

Madhav, it is a fairly large crop 4332x2115 (~52Meg) from 36M Nikon D810. The actual file is much smoother which I kind of didn't like :) Coming to the border, have you heard of 'photo distressing' ? During good old days for creative and artistic reasons a few photographers use to scratch negatives/slides/prints and use other techniques to render their inner visions on the final prints (search google for 'negative/print distressing'). Some folks used tea water to distress prints. In US one can buy distressing inks to distress photographs.

Here I kept the border distressed a bit so that it goes well with the 'remains' mood. I had these kinds of borders for my images earlier too (check this link). Nik's s/w made those hard manual job much easier in s/w now! However, it also brings in some amount of predictability to such borders. In the link above I decided to 'manually tear' those edges so that all does not look alike.

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Commentby Madhav Jois on Sat Mar 14, 2015 10:03 pm

Thanks for the info sir. I never knew about 'photo distressing'. Are these images ( image1 image2) distressed?
Beg you pardon for bringing in someother discussion :(

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Madhav
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Commentby Ganesh H Shankar on Sun Mar 15, 2015 7:10 am

Madhav, I think they are, not sure whether it is done as a manual process or using s/w (I would guess the latter).

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Commentby Vikas T R on Mon Mar 16, 2015 11:13 am

Liked the similar image you made with deers than this....wanted to see some more space especially on the top (may be only me). But the blurred legs and sharp streaks both depicting motion is a lovely combination. TFS

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Commentby nirlep on Sat Mar 21, 2015 2:39 pm

Ganesh this is how histories unfurl. A tiny bit of hint and whole lot of history. Who what when how I see all of that in one magical split of a second here. Tremendous story telling.


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