The most important part of the mining in a photograph is the half that you don't see - Arturo Macias Uceda
In all my best photos I always claim that I was behind the camera and in all my bad ones I always maintain that my camera was in front of me. - Arturo Macias Uceda
Try any approach, any subject. Look for what you feel will break
your circle of comfort. That is the only way to find new ideas and
you will develop your senses for seen beyond the ordinary. - Arturo Macias Uceda
Sometimes the photographer look for to many elements to fill the frame when I fact the only thing you need is what the image is about. - Arturo Macias Uceda
In all my photos, I always got at list one person that closed an eye and usually it is me. - Arturo Macias Uceda
"A photograph is not about the click in the camera but the "click" in the main of the photographer" - Arturo Macias Uceda
If you don't know the difference (between a good or an average photo) you won't see the difference - Arturo Macias Uceda
A photograph is like a book where the photographer writes the preface, viewers the content and history the end. - Arturo Macias Uceda
The world changes everyday, one photo at a time - Arturo Macias Uceda
Usually, Two eyes look what one eye saw (in a photograph) - Arturo Macias Uceda
I think God created the World based in photograph he saw in a magazine - Arturo Macias Uceda
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timecapturer (40374) 2012-10-23 5:50
a striking shot this and so unusual too! It does look like a balancing act and I love your notes that accompany this excellently composed and creative image. Fascinating!
Regards - Brian.
abmdsudi (35410) 2012-10-23 6:02
This is a powerful image, the profiles of this ship are so strong and tantalizing. Very impressionistic as the colors and bow hold the eyes in so superbly with excellent closeness and wide coverage to yield a more depth and perspective. But what really impresses me are; its distortion and converging lines render such a great impact to the shot. An eye-catching rendition of this wonderful shot. Excellent
fabbs99 (13541) 2012-10-23 18:34
The boat looks great and ready for repairs at the dock.Very well composed with splendid colors and saturation. The lighting is also amazing as well as perfect POV too.TFS.
saxo042 (35266) 2012-10-24 1:05
A very special position to get a picture of this big boat. Fine colours! The two parallel cranes on each side are also creating a good balance in the capture. Interesting note!
Graal (93634) 2012-10-25 0:04
good title and adequate view. Unusual theme good captured. Well presentation. I like it.
Have a nice day.
Silvio1953 (109427) 2012-10-25 11:47
Ciao Georgios, great POV on fascinating old boat, impressive perspective, excellent clarity, wonderful warm colors and splendid light, very well done, my friend, ciao Silvio
Didi (52509) 2012-10-27 9:40
It was a very good idea for this interesting perspective.
It was possible also to make a stitch with a second picture to include more of the ship.
Angshu (53681) 2012-11-06 20:17
Very interesting quotes & on mulling over each of them, all of them are absolutely true. Intreresting how massive the ship looks from this low POV, making us dwarf in front. The POV makes me feel that the ship is going to run over us soon ...
- Copyright: Georgios Topas (TopGeo) (38126)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2012-10-04
- Categories: Daily Life, Artwork, Decisive Moment
- Camera: Canon EOS450D, Canon 18-55 mm EF-S
- Exposure: f/6.3, 1/250 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Theme(s): Thoughts about potography [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2012-10-23 0:59