Bathroom Boats


Photo Information
My friend Sarah likes this picture so much, she wants a print of it to hang in her bathroom.

Would it be money down the plughole?

Captured on the edge of Lake Windermere in September 2008, using K10D/16-45 as a jpeg and tweaked with Silkypix.
18/03/2010 - 00:36pgweber
CategoryTransport
Shutter Speed1/90
Aperturef/11
LensN/A
ISO100
Focal Length45mm
Views/Likes44/0

BAJ

Link Posted 18/03/2010 - 08:42
I certainly like the the picture, maybe lighten the shadow area a tad?

BAJ
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thoughton

Link Posted 18/03/2010 - 11:32
I like it too, good colour and sharpness. Not sure I'd want it hanging on the wall though , I think it would have to be huge to have any impact.
Tim
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pgweber

Link Posted 18/03/2010 - 17:18
Thanks BAJ & Tim,

I was drawn to the woody colour of the boats in the sunlight of what was a very warm late September day.

I did try to lighten the shot a little, but did not want to bleach out the sand and pebbles.

I have been very pleased with the detail revealed using my 16-45, especially when stoppped down like this to f11. No surprise it is so well regarded on this forum.

I am thinking of hanging yesterdays pic 'Westmorland Wilderness' in my cellar.

Regards
Peter
Peter

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