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The play of the currents of the wind and water, are drawing this eye-catching pattern with pollen in the water. The stone is the element of counterweight, «navigating» between the currents, seeming to carry the pollen in its trawling, as if it were a ship sailing in a big imaginary ocean.
Full frame camera, 24-70 mm lens f:2.8, at 70 mm, 200 ISO, F:16 and 1/80 seconds, polarizing filter
An abstraction of some of the many photogenic corners of the Rio Tinto, with a cutout of a waterfall whose fall creates a swirl of foam. I have tried to photograph the scene with a moderate speed, for, on the one hand, emphasize the twisting motion of foam and on the other hand, to keep texture at the same time in the scene. When we find a composition with water in movement that we like, it turns out to be very interesting to try to photograph it with different speeds, to acheive the photo that contains the appropriate exposure time according to our criteria. A neutral grey filter (variable) turns out to be of great help in this process.
Photo taken with digital camera, 80-400mm F:4 lens at 180 mm, at F:16, 100 ISO, 1 second, polarizing filter, variable grey filter tripod.
An image depicting a detail of the famous Rio Tinto, showing curious forms, known as «Fractals» and a thread of pollen of the vegetation in the vicinity of the River, rocked by wind and currents, which seems to want to imitate the appearances of the linear deposits of minerals. At the same time, the presence of pollen in the image, is apart from being an element of dynamism, a subtle and valuable indicator of the size of the compositional elements, without spoiling the abstract charm of the whole. In this spot we can find an immense variety in shapes, figures and colors, constituting a true paradise for photographers, especially for those dedicated to abstract images.
Photo taken with digital camera, lens 80-400 mm f: 4 at F:16, 100 ISO, 1/4 second, polarizing filter, tripod.
An image that reflects the River during a flood, in contrast to floods in the rainy season, during the first hours the water kept its usual reddish colours, which allowed me to get an image dreamed of for some time, portraying the river with all his bravery, strength and greatness.
Panoramic photo with digital camera, lens 24 – 70 mm f:2.8 at F:16, 100 ISO, 1/4 second, polarizing filter.