Curse of the Were-Tree

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Submitter's name: Jay Drew
Title: Curse of the Were-Tree
Gear used: OM-4, Tokina 100-300, Tripod
Diaphragm: F5.6
Shutter speed: Auto
Film used: Kodak BW400cn
Technical information: Spot meter on moon and clouds, still had to Photoshop like mad for overexposure on the moon.
Subject information: It's actually not a were-tree but a liquid amber. If you step on the spiky seed balls with bare feet, you will curse.

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Comment left by: Olaf Greve (no e-mail specified) Nice and moody shot!
I like the clouds a lot, and the B/W does it much more justice than a colour shot would.

Comment left by: Manuel Viet (no e-mail specified) Very nice picture, especially considering how the moon is tricky to balance ; very Adams like quality.

Comment left by: JAS (no e-mail specified) A very good and dramatical shot! I love the work of light!

Comment left by: Moose (olymoose@gmail.com) Nice idea and composition!

Now that I do my darkroom work digitally, I would take more exposures at lower EVs to catch the moon and do a composite.

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