Sunday Rest

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Old fishing vessel abandoned on the muddy banks of the Dee Estuary

Comments for Sunday Rest (7)

  1. #1 Zoritza Williams
    Re: Sunday Rest
    Hi Alf,great shot,showing some stillness, energy & tranquility !!!
  2. #2 acer
    Re: Sunday Rest
    Not so keen on this one, however, a lot of work must have gone into art effect and your skills cannot be ignored, so I'll still give it 5 stars.
  3. #3 hartley353
    Re: Sunday Rest
    H,i Alf another cracker. I can almost feel that mud sucking my boot off. ticks all the boxes for me...Mike.
  4. #4 Tillerykid
    Re: Sunday Rest
    Hi Alf, did you use hyper focal on this, I tried it but didn't like it much. Good shot by the way. ATB TK
  5. #5 Alfoto
    Re: Sunday Rest
    ZORITZA .......Many Thanks ifor your interest and positive feedback, much appreciated! .................................ACER ........Thank you for your thoughtful feedeback, much appreciated! I checked the horizon and it does appear to be level (scroll the image to line up with the edge of the frame on the RH side of the image, which is the only true level part) The processing was very simple, RAW file in lightroom 4.4. tweeks to Shadow detail, Vibrance, Contrast, and some vignetting (which I don't really like nd didn't include on previous versions) . Then a bit of selective "Warp" to alleviate any wide angle distortion and finally sharpening. I have this image printed at 3ft x 2ft and the detail is quite impressive.........................MIKE ....Sincere Thanks.......You are quite right about the mud! ....It stinks too : - ) ............TK ......Thank You!....I didn't use HFC on this one. The boat was in close proximity so I used wide angle Nikkor 14 - 24 mm @ 14 mm and F / 5.6 and focused on the boat itself I think I just got lucky with the consequential dof, though it is relatively easy with wide angle compositions.
  6. #6 acer
    Re: Sunday Rest
    What can I say, you are spot on (horizon is level) must be my eyes, sincere apologies.
  7. #7 Alfoto
    Re: Sunday Rest
    ACER ....No worries I have done exactly the same thing before now, sometimes the perspective creates the illusion of not being level. Cheers! ..... Alf