Panorama EBS at Frensham Pond

Frensham Pond is a really pretty nature conservation area about a 10-minute drive from where I live. Despite its name, it's actually two big lakes, a vast area of heathland, plus woodland. There's also a sailing club, and I went there specifically to shoot sailing boats today, thinking they'd be a great subject for the 'exposing both sides' (EBS) technique, but as soon as I set foot in the car park of the marina, a guy approached and told me it was a private club, for members only, and said I couldn't take photos there. I tell you, they're paranoid about people with cameras anywhere near private property in this country! Anyway, I got a few shots of boats from outside the fence and down by the lakeside, then went wandering in search of other sights. Here's what I found...

15 Comentarios

  1. weleasewoger72
    weleasewoger72 ·

    Fantastic album Sir!

  2. mafiosa
    mafiosa ·

    Great EBS results once again!

  3. dakadev_pui
    dakadev_pui ·

    Great album

  4. troch
    troch ·

    Great album! and I think boat people are largely paranoid about privacy wherever you go..............

  5. gauthierdumonde
    gauthierdumonde ·

    No comment.

  6. stratski
    stratski ·

    Lovely album again! I would think EBS would be difficult with a horizon, but these turned out wonderful. Was this a splitzer of an in-camera mask?

  7. buckshot
    buckshot ·

    @stratski: the splitzer was black card cut to size and glued onto the little UV filter that goes in front.

  8. maria_vlachou
    maria_vlachou ·

    great album! congrats!

  9. onkel-m
    onkel-m ·

    That`s an amazing result !!! must be a lot action !!!

  10. jean_louis_pujol
    jean_louis_pujol ·


  11. wolfinthewoods
    wolfinthewoods ·

    Yes, definitely, great work !

  12. buckshot
  13. liquorice
    liquorice ·

    Nice album!

  14. bloomchen
    bloomchen ·


  15. oliviermenard
    oliviermenard ·

    Great panoramic EBS serie

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