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When the boat comes in...

When the boat comes in...

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Wow, I like that David me old son! I love it when someone takes a familiar scene and makes it their own. Whilst I am enjoying the interesting texture you have induced and the colour I can't help wondering what it may have looked like in B&W. A Likey I think.
Dave Carrington: Hi, Al. I did try a B/W version, but preferred the colour one in the end!
Extra-unordinary (its a real word) Well if the old fella is sticking it in his likeys then I will folow the leader.
Dave Carrington: That you should, Max!
  • Max Black
  • sitting even more badly(?)
  • 21 Sep 2007, 08:00
on my screen got that image risque thing going there something rude hidden in here that I can't figure out
Dave Carrington: Darn! Thought I'd cloned out that 20 person orgy going on in the background...
This is stunning, David. Great colours.
Dave Carrington: Thank you, Chad. Glad you think so!
  • mal
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 21 Sep 2007, 11:17
blurry, out of focus, too much moody atmosphere, over saturated, mysterious! Come on DC you can do better than this! grin

lOVE IT. mal
Dave Carrington: Ooooooh you are a wag, Mr. S!
Glad you like it!
Ditto! grin
Dave Carrington: Hey, Stranger! Nothing wrong with ditto in my book!
  • Aussie
  • Queensland
  • 21 Sep 2007, 15:47
I put my glasses on and still can't see the orgy. But even without it I still like it.
Dave Carrington: Wotcha, Aussie. Wot orgy?! smile
I don't normally like out of focus stuff but I rather like this. It's got a sort of enigmatic luminosity
Dave Carrington: Thanks, Chris. It's one of those shots you just have to mess with: et voila, something completely different grows before your eyes...
this has a haunting feel to it. I would actually buy a print of this if I saw it in a store. I love it.
Dave Carrington: Hi, Gail. I'd love to see this in a store...I'm working on it! smile
More than a touch of J M W Turner about this. So that must be good!
Dave Carrington: Hi, Bill. I love JMW: I'm very aware of him when I process these shots.
  • shooter
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 21 Sep 2007, 20:25
Absolutely wonderful DC, a real thought provoking image with many a narrative oozing forth....
Dave Carrington: Hey, Shoot, old buddy: oozing is good.. smile
  • Steve
  • United Kingdom
  • 21 Sep 2007, 22:40
Oh dear. Autofocus broken? smile This is great, very atmospheric. I've added it to my likeys too. At 1/4000s, I'm guessing it was the greasy stuff.
Dave Carrington: Greasy is sexy, but I have to admit it was all done in CS2: various blur treatments & level tweaks have produced this
Gorgeous...moody, simply fantastic image..straight to my likeys. smile
Dave Carrington: Hi, Suzanne. Glad you think so! smile
Definitely a haunting feel to this one, nice atmosphere.
Dave Carrington: Thanks for the comment, Nigel. They're always welcome! smile
Turneresque. Love it.
Dave Carrington: I do like Turner & I suppose it's quite obvious, Ian!

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camera Canon EOS 350D DIGITAL
exposure mode aperture priority
shutterspeed 1/4000s
aperture f/4.0
sensitivity ISO100
focal length 59.0mm
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