Fishing at Sunset
|Copyright: ruff bender (nuus)
|Date Taken: 1992|
|Categories: HPP [Heavily Post-Processed]|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2011-11-06 6:57|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|My son fishing at Lake Sakakawea, North Dakota. The lake is named for the famous Shoshone/Hidatsa woman who guided the Lewis and Clark expedition up the Missouri River in 1805. It is the third largest man-made lake in the United States.|
The original shot was rather unexciting, so I cranked up the noise removal settings in CS2 to give it a softer, more ethereal effect.
Nikon 8008s and AF Nikkor 28mm/2.8 on Kodachrome 64.
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A wonderful image but I regret having read that it is a picture of your son and about you having cranked-up the noise removal settings etc.....
This is art and when I view a work of art I do not want to know how it came about, I just want to sit back and enjoy it as I am doing right now and enjoy its message or meaning. And marvel at the capabilities of the artist.
Must say, I welcome it when a portrait photographer, for example, provides technical information here but then it is not about art per se.
Hi John - well, you sure got a very ethereal effect here! Very nice, good composition and a lovely warm colour!
I like the pp work here in your image. Has a fine art effect. The pov of the young man in the image is perfect. well done on the chosen color.