Late summer evening on the beach. Enjoying the last rays of sun as the beach becomes deserted.
I've used my compact in pinhole mode to collect some pictures. No real framing, just trying to capture the moment thus the title "anything goes". Hope you'll enjoy it.
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adramad (37997) 2012-04-15 15:08
An original image, which conveys that feeling of emptiness, from the beaches and no people, but also quiet, I like the graphics of the footprints in the sand and also that light, with their corresponding shadows.
Good start of week.
jhm (139200) 2012-04-16 1:55
I don't know or these picture horizontal or a little bit tilt to the rightside.
A lot people have brought a visit to the beach, we see a lot steps in the sand
What a lovely sharpness and clarity.
Very well done, TFS.
Have a nice day,
willperrett (7016) 2012-04-25 3:01
I love this set of "spontaneous" images that you've posted. I imagine you have heard of Holga and Lomo cameras: if not you should visit one of the sites dedicated to the work of "lomography", and in particular, find their "10 commandments". I think you'll be amused and perhaps inspired!
It's the point-and-shoot immediacy I like here: wonky horizon, pinhole vignetting, slightly washed-out colours and all the rest. Perhaps you should make a pin-hole camera. I once tried using an old SLR without a lens, but with a piece of black paper stuck over the lens-mount with a pinhole in it. Worked a treat!
CLODO (30256) 2012-04-26 2:23
Tu sors des sentiers battus et nous propose une nouvelle vision. J'aime bien cet instantané comme pris en vitesse à travers la vitre d'une voiture qui roule pour immortaliser les derniers souvenirs de l'été. Le vignetage, l'horizon penché, le "flare" sur le sable, ce sont des erreurs photographiques, mais leur accumulation donne un air suranné à ta photo.