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A shot from a boat repair yard in Gloucester, Massachusetts.
I made the decision to shoot only with the 14mm prime lens. It is extremely wide and takes some getting used to. To paraphrase my side view mirror, objects in your viewfinder are much closer than they appear.
Like this cleat on the dock. It was only a few inches from my lens. To shoot it, I got down on my stomach and shot it almost straight on. The cleat was only a few inches from the camera lens.
It is a 7 exposure HDR image, handheld since getting my tripod that low would have been impossible. It was processed in Photomatix, Photoshop and onOne Perfect Photo Suite.
Fantastic perpective, Bob! The picture really tells a story, here.
I can almost hear you as you got back up. ;^))
Love it. The cleat itself is interesting enough but the ships provide context. Well done!
Excellent! ’nuff said
Great shot, Bob. I’d love to play with a lens like that.