A Ship on the Taymar
|Copyright: Robert Smith (bobsmith)
|Medium: Black & White|
|Date Taken: 2016-12-14|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2016-12-31 9:19|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|This is an opportunistic photo from a couple of weeks ago. I used a long lens (200mm) and had to crop it a little. I wasn't that keen on it until I processed it in Photoshop Elements. Now I like it.|
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An excellent image by excellent patterns as always the lights and details are amazing well done ROBERT SIMTH
- [2017-01-01 22:49]
Seems so sad, but at the same time filled with hope. BW enhancing this sadness but sails filled by the wind as if filled with hope
Boa tarde Robert.
The sepia has two effects for me, that of creating a melancholic environment and also of "aging" the image.
I have rarely seen a scene with such good use of this hue.
Well I have been to this image a few times now and sorry to say it just does not grab me. The yacht seems to be lost in the sepia and fading the strong visual element.
- [2017-04-01 20:35]
It looks like an old photo.
Balanced composition with the boat well placed in the framing.