Fishing boats at Diamond harbor...
Photoshop works- Reduced levels, Brought in a sepia look, sharpened once.
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crckt (7218) 2008-01-10 8:11
EXCELLENT! Truly one of your best. Loved the composition. I like the rustic look.
indoka28 (5237) 2008-01-10 10:58
A very well framed photograph this one is...but the resizing has just gone a bit wrong and that is why we can see the pixelized sail ropes on the boat...do u realize that...???
the compo is very good and this one really marks a beginning of a better photographer in Sagar..!!!
indraajeet (1910) 2008-01-11 6:33
the grained texture works excellent. only the over-exposed sky hits the eye
Merline (0) 2008-01-11 6:42
Despite the little technical defauts already mentioned above, the composition is great, I like the mood that comes from this lonely boat and the sepia toning is very nice. Something truly new in your gallery. Try again to work on it for a more fine-tuned result and keep them coming:-)
Warm regards from Belgium
JCG (35129) 2008-01-11 11:33
I think that it misses a more marked horizon but besides I like the image processing which gives a surrealist side to this maritime scene, interesting.
With all my friendships and a very good WE,
Partha_c (2029) 2008-01-11 11:41
Hi Sagar. Liked this shot in haze especially in this time of the year when makar samkranti is a couple of days away on 14th. I remember when this place becomes a pilgrimmage for thousands of monks who come here from all corners for Gangasagar. Sarbotirtha barbar, Gangasagar ekbar -- this is what I used to hear from their chorus. Indra's comments are also worth noting. I thank both of you here. Regards.
AKITA (15125) 2008-01-11 13:03
boats in the shadow and the shining sea surface are impressively captured against the light. the result is beautiful space in light and shadow.
I like this composition and colors, its picturesque.
Davids (56) 2008-01-15 1:53
The title is the only thing I do not understand, for the rest the photo is an absolute delight to see and study.
I don't normaly like sepia, but you prove me wrong here, you used it very wise, and I would prefer it over a B&W.
The reason is that the most interesting part for me (from a learning point of view) is the horizon. Or better; the lack of it. I find this very original. The boat becomes -in contrast to the note and the visable ankor- one with the ocean. I like this contrast :)
Thanks for sharing Sagarneel :)
- Copyright: Sagarneel Sengupta (sagar) (2410)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2008-01-07
- Categories: Daily Life, Nature
- Camera: Cannon Powershot A-530
- Exposure: f/9.0, 1/500 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2008-01-10 5:34