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This is a contrast between long-time exposure and short-time exposure. Same photo on both sides; left one was took at an exposition time of 1/4s and right one at 1/200s. No special effects added.

Original resolution of each shot: 3072x2048
Location: Chute aux Rats, Parc du Mont-Tremblant, Québec

If you look well into the falls, you can see someone rising his hands; the head is at the top center and looks like a mask...

Thank you for your comments :D
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CraZy-SaRaH Featured By Owner May 10, 2008  Student Photographer
Favourite place.
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Sirem Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2005  Professional General Artist
wow!!! :surprised: good job man!! ;)
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cezars Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2005   Photographer
Thanks a lot!

This photo won the first place at the "Quebec Rivers" contest on [link] :D
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innane-banter Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2004   Photographer
Whoa. Very nice. And althought I like how both sides look, I think I have a preference for the one on the left. Looks more... mystical and otherworldly than the right side. (Of course, I realize this has everything to with the exposition time. But still. ;)) Very well done and a great piece. :D
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rooooney Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2004
gorgeous picture. i love the idea. very well thought up :)
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cezars Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2004   Photographer
thanks :)
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robmrowe0 Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2004   Digital Artist
Wow, this is fantastic. Both shots would likely make decent seperate pieces, but putting them together like that to show the contrast between them is simply superb. Looks like an ideal place to take the photos for this, also, as they look as though they make a recessed niche of some sort when put together, which feels somehow welcoming, or comfortable, to me. Hopefully I don't sound crazy there, but that's about the best description I can give... :crazy:
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cezars Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2004   Photographer
Thanks a lot for being so descriptive! I really appreciate it. I'm glad you like the mirror effect :D
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robmrowe0 Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2004   Digital Artist
No problem. I try to be helpful if I can. Just hope I am sometimes ;).
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cezars Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2004   Photographer
You are very helpful because you analyse art more deeply than most of the people. I appreciate that since you're helping people to improve :)

Have a nice day!
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Detr1tus Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2004
Very nice concept. What lens did you use for it?

Not sure if you had intended it that way, but, did you try altering the levels slightly so as to have a better match between the two sides eliminating the line?
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cezars Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2004   Photographer
Thank you! :D

I used the EF-S 18-55mm lens that came with my camera (Canon EOS-300D)

I considered eliminating the line between the two shots, but finally found out that it's better to see the "limit". It's like creating an angle (instead of a flat picture)
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JPrime Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2004
Wow super cool!
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patul Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2004
I like the left one..
I also like the frame & titling.. you did great job on it.. Use PS? is there any action that you may share me?
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cezars Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2004   Photographer
Thank you for your comment!

I didn't use any special effects or action in photoshop... these are simply 2 photos of the same place, with two different configurations (variable: exposure time)

All I did is to horizontally mirror one of the two shots and put it beside the other one.
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patul Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2004
I mean for the framing & titling.. I'm a lazy person, not patient enough to do framing & titling in PS, just wonder if you have a fast way (action) to do so in PS.. Thanks
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cezars Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2004   Photographer
No, I just manually add 20 pixels on each side (enlarge canvas); after that, I add 68 pixels on the bottom, add a vertical guide that snaps in the middle, add the text (which automatically centers because of the guide). I copy and paste the text layer from a previous psd file. The font I use is Garamond...

See ya!
Cezar
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DarkPharaoh Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2004
very beautiful colors Mr Cez!
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cezars Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2004   Photographer
Thanks :D
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Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL
Shutter Speed
1/200 second
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F/4.0
Focal Length
25 mm
ISO Speed
100
Date Taken
Aug 3, 2004, 4:04:26 PM
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