Reaper sails across the Forth every year to visit Dunbar from her home at Anstruther's fisheries museum. She arrived on the sunniest day I can remember so I have used the shadow/highlight tool to reduce the highlights by 20% with 100% tonal width - maybe I overdid it? Compare in WS.
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Didi (60590) 2010-07-30 11:05
That's great !
Very good frame quality
Very sharp coloured composition.
saxo042 (37968) 2010-07-30 12:01
A fine picture with strong and attractive colours. There are indeed a lot of details here that you can study, but the main parts in this composition are the diagonal red sail against the blue water. The parallel ropes (and mast) are some other important items here. A perfect TE contribution!
serp2000 (45970) 2010-07-30 21:42
Good title and excellent work! I saw your WS version.
I like this composition with a lot of interesting details.
Have a good weekend!
sabermonajati (11435) 2010-07-31 1:23
very interesting frame you captured.
ruisc_pt (11090) 2010-07-31 2:07
Strong colors and good diagonal exploring composition.
In my tft flat monitor everything is ok.
macondo (19806) 2010-07-31 4:23
This is so colourful and sharp! Terrific close-up view of this well composed group of nautical things. The brown sail cover makes a lovely foil for the blue and white. No, you haven't overdone the work on the highlights; it looks stunning on this screen. Great picture with such a small camera.
Glint (6171) 2010-08-01 7:37
I love all the boaty details here and the blue. Such a wonderful bluey blue too!!Your pp work looks good to me.Nice light and good sharpness too.
jmdias (69340) 2010-08-01 8:33
very beautiful mix of colors. I liked the diffreent shapes and the light and sharpness. interesting and beautiful view
AiresSantos (56155) 2010-08-07 0:14
Very beautiful picture
Excellent POV, details and colors
Very well done
Have a nice weekend
maloutim (9761) 2010-08-07 19:51
The saturated photo looks really nice; it is rather different from the original, but if it's more true to reality, that's fine!
I sometimes reduce the light exposure on my camera, when the sun is too bright!
Anyway, these are fine details of a freshly painted deck. It must be interesting to live right by a fishind port and witness all the daily activities either of men, boats or weather elements!
Have a good Sunday! Kindest regards.
Docarmo (9767) 2010-08-10 20:14
I don't know if it is because of all these diagonals against the waves of the water also in diagonal, I have the impression of motion... as if the waves were moving.
Are you a fairy? Of course, you have magical power with your camera, I have no doubts!
Thanks for sharing,
- Copyright: Winifred Sillitto (windosil) (1158)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2010-07-23
- Categories: Festivals, Transportation
- Camera: Canon IXUS50
- Exposure: f/5.6, 1/250 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Map: view
- Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop
- Date Submitted: 2010-07-30 11:01