- Location: Brazil, Santa Catarina, São Francisco do Sul
- Category: Seascape, Mood, Abstract, Transportation
- Date taken: 2010-09-25
- Times Viewed: 34
- Upload date: 2012-03-27
- Camera: EOS 350D
- Lens: 18-55mm
- F-Stop: 5.6
- Shutter Speed: 1/4
- Focal length: 55mm
- Map: View
- ISO: 400 EV: N/A
- Filter: Hoya PL-C
- Tripod: No
- Flash: No
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Shot in the same place as the previous image.
Critiques for this photo (7):
Save some of these type of shots for our future theme "In Motion"
I get sea sick just looking at this and my eyes are beginning to blur, I can see the boat clearly at all :)
Very good sense of movment and energy here, and I can almost feel the speed and the salty air hitting my face.
The square format work well, the black frame I think is a too much and too bold for this.
Quase dá para contar uma estória com esta foto: o barco fantasma. Diferente do mar de Paraty este me parece mais agitado. Um belo efeito abstrato em todo o clima da foto. Um ótimo resultado artístico.
O efeito borrado dá um tom de mistério ao barco, que realmente parece fantasma. Um abstrato marinho!
A very artistic image with the strong blur and the almost monochrome colours but i really like it. It's something out of the ordinary and always good to see and bring up new ideas.
If you haven’t already voted for your favourite 5 images in March’s theme, voting is open until 7th April. Please send links to up to 5 of your favourites (NOT including your own) by e-mail to TOM@photofolia.net For more information see here I hope you find time to vote.
Current discussion:Belido wrote in 2012/04/01 13:34:09: Thanks, Kath. I've just added it.
I'm all for experimentation - and it's nice to see the results of such experimentation posted here. Sometimes my camera goes off by accident and produces the most intriguing shot of the day !! ;-)
I quite like this one. The square format and the black frame certainly suit the image. Sometimes all that can be said about this oblique style of imagery is that "it works" or it "it doesn't" - and I guess that a personal thing either way. In this case, for me, I'd say this one works.