soft, hard, heavy
|Copyright: Torben Linde (torben)
|Date Taken: 2003-12-27|
|Camera: Canon Ixus digital|
|Exposure: f/4, 1/180 seconds|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2004-04-05 15:38|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Hard steel with soft rusty surface and soft curves. Cranes buckets for unloading ships in the harbour of Odense.|
Cropped (of course)
Sharpening (goes without saying)
Contrast (increased, what else?)
Desaturation in selected channelse (why not?)
Purpose: to indulge in the strange and wonderful shapes that are all around, or is it _really_ a self-portrait?
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delicate, sensual curves disguised in such a rusty material...
i like the darkness, the grains... and the water is there, as a sign which shows that things, despite looking heavy, might also have a certain fluidity.
Hi Torben, good almost abstract picture, I agree wit Isabelle, there's something sensual in it, also because of the grain, I think. And you played around so much with your post-processing!
- [2004-04-05 23:48]
Beau rendu d'une série de bennes. La testure choisie donne encore plus de force à ces mastodontes de métal. bravO!
I heartily concur with your checklist, Torben. I especially like your last item: indulging in the strange and wonderful shapes that are all around. Very interesting, urbanely mysterious image.