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Trackside after midnight.
tom2121, Jan 2011
© Tom Napier
Problem: Trackside (V6 6b)
Climbers: Steve Franklin
Camera used: Nikon D90
5*VOTING: number of votes 123
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It looks like a giant is climbing a mountain!
Phippsy - 21/Jan/11
Nice caption.
Fiend - 21/Jan/11
How long did he have to pose there for !
5/5
chris fox - 22/Jan/11
Brilliant shot!
viking - 22/Jan/11
Very nice!! Any flash or all moonlight? 5* :)
Maestro - 22/Jan/11
No flash. I ran round and filled in some of Steve's legs with a headtorch.
Moonlight was incredible. Easily enough to see by/climb by. It was *such* a clear night!
tom2121 - 22/Jan/11
Congratulations! This photo was chosen as Photo of the Week, based on votes by registered users over the past 7 days.
UKC Photos - 23/Jan/11
Brilliant shot, nice work.
Roger Irrelevant - 23/Jan/11
What ISO did you crank it up to?
dj_brigham05 - 23/Jan/11
Shot at ISO 640....
tom2121 - 23/Jan/11
I love the lighting, dramatic lighting like this is often used by painters and photographers to create volume and is known as Chiaroscuro. Perhaps some of the appeal of this photo is the subconscious (or consious) association with renaissance painting.
tradmania - 24/Jan/11
cracking Tommy, cracking
K.T.J - 24/Jan/11
I don't usually vote but this one is amazing!
How long was the shutter open for? Did you use an ND filter?
mrtom - 25/Jan/11
Great shot - I'd love to know how it was achieved.
rockcat - 26/Jan/11
the best for a long while. Better than most of the trad bobbins that usually populates this site.
alberttwotoes - 27/Jan/11
love it! cant believe thats mostly from moon light, lucky guy!
jamesgodwin64 - 27/Jan/11
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