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Stavanger Harbour

By conrad  
Stavanger guest harbour just after sunset. If you look carefully on the right, you can see the ghostly shapes of a few passers-by (who lingered here and there, which is why they didn't completely disappear despite the long exposure).

Taken with my camera on a bean bag. (No beans in it, just macaroni - does that make it a macaroni bag, or a macaroni bean bag?) Wink

Comments, etc. welcome!

Thanks for looking...

Tags: Stavanger Norway City General Lights Transport Harbour Boats Night Dusk Ships Landscape and travel

Voters: cheesey, graceland, allan_j and 21 more


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allan_j 12 46 Scotland
26 Aug 2008 7:55PM
stunning shot....john

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rowarrior 12 4.4k 9 Scotland
26 Aug 2008 8:22PM
I think I'd have liked to see the top of the mast on the boat, but otherwsie great shot
ketch 12 770 50 Turks And Caicos Islands
26 Aug 2008 8:35PM
I agree with the above note about the masthead otherwise smashing image.

Robert
Hanners 14 875 10 Ireland
26 Aug 2008 8:41PM
just processed something very similar from Whitby Smile
NEWMANP 12 1.6k 574 United Kingdom
26 Aug 2008 9:06PM
lovely image, i too would have liked to see the mast top.
Phil
pamelajean Plus
14 1.4k 2149 United Kingdom
26 Aug 2008 9:08PM
I immediately liked the deep tones. I like your foreground and lead-in, and the building lights and red on the right give it a real boost. I think that what Cole has done brings out a lot more detail, but removes the deep tones that I was particularly drawn to.
rontear Plus
17 23 8 England
26 Aug 2008 10:24PM
Excellent night image Conrad. Ron.
conrad 16 10.9k 116
27 Aug 2008 8:52AM
Cole - Interesting mod, thanks. Sometimes it seems like a trade-off, you can bring out the sky more, but sometimes that means more noise. I tried to stay on the low noise side this time. Pamela is right, too - the deep tones are diminished somewhat in your version as well.

Katy & Phil - Yes, I wanted that, too, but somehow using a simple beanbag just didn't allow the angle I wanted, and since you can't use portrait orientation with a camera on a beanbag, it was out of the question that I get the top of the mast in as well, even at 10mm.

Thanks for the comments, everyone!
AngieLatham 16 790 2 United Kingdom
27 Aug 2008 1:23PM
A real cracker Conrad, well shot Grin
conrad 16 10.9k 116
27 Aug 2008 9:11PM
Thanks, Angie!

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