EDRO III Shipwreck Cyprus


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EDRO III Shipwreck Cyprus

6 Apr 2022 10:49AM   Views : 425 Unique : 259


I live in Cyprus which means I have the opportunity to photograph quite a few things Nikita doesn't see in the UK which includes ships that have run aground and are now turning into lovely decaying objects that are well worth putting in front of your lens.

How is it that a sad thing like a shipwreck makes great photos? Plus, the longer it's there, the more interesting the photos get...


We did hear (allegedly) that the captain and first mate had a severe wrist-slapping over the final result - naughty boys! (You can learn more about the ship over on Wikipedia.)

I will repeat this exercise when the sea has a little more anger to it to demonstrate how one place can give a photographer ample opportunity.


Tags: Shipwreck Paphos Edro 111

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7 Apr 2022 1:15AM
Consider colour for showing off the rust and black & white for harsh documentary and bad weather photography.

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