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Ghost Hiker
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Posted By: thix2112, 10-24-2014, 07:31 PM

Ghost Hiker. My version of a duotone.

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A very cool photo, indeed. It reminds me of those times in which you're alone in a park and catch something out of the corner of your eye. When you turn to look . . . . . . . nothing is there (but your own imagination). Great pic; I like it very much.

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Thanks Jer - This was a 20 sec exposure with a few neutral density filters and a polarizer. I told my wife to slowly walk into the photo after I started the exposure and stop on top of the bridge ramp and hold it there. This was the result.

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Very nicely done. An eerie looking shot.--charliezap

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Thank you charliezap
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this is great using the fog like you did. I see it's a long exposure vs. a dual exposure. Really turned out great!
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Thank you Bob. This is at the higher elevation of Amicalola State Park in GA. Low clouds and a bit of a mist that day.

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QuoteOriginally posted by thix2112 Quote
Ghost Hiker. My version of a duotone.

Tom
This is wonderfully eerie.

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Thanks Photogoof!

I havenít looked at this photo in a while. Thanks for commenting and reminding me of the location. I will head back this fall with the better half and take a hike there.
Tom
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