“Port Aransas Pier # 6″

Canon Mark II 1DS f2.8 70-200mm zoom @200mm ISO 50 F5.6@ 2 seconds
Singh-Ray Vari ND (a variable neutral density filter)

Theme Week 41: Port Aransas Pier – A Study of Light and Color

This entry was written by Craig , posted on Thursday March 20 2008at 10:03 pm , filed under Architecture, Landscape, Pier, Series . Bookmark the permalink . Post a comment below or leave a trackback: Trackback URL.

4 Responses to ““Port Aransas Pier # 6″”

  • mgrigsby says:

    Craig, Hopefully this was just sea fog and not really bad weather? The blue tone and misty feeling gives it that bad Texas weather look! Is that a boater or surfer our there? You really worked this pier over :0) I guess you never had the urge to tilt the camera for some extreme views of it. It seems to be really popular now to use the TILT.

  • mharris says:

    What an incredible image I must have stared at dolphin for 5 minutes, then when I tried to leave the spear of light on the right drew me back. For me, having been at sea in these conditions, this takes me right back to that time and although I don’t know why the dolphin has something to do with that feeling. Thanks again for sharing these great images. Mike H

  • John says:

    I love the monochromatic feel of this image and the way the structure of the pier contrasts with the ethereal nature of the mist and the waves. The blue tone adds to the feeling of mystery. I also think the shallow depth of field adds to soft dream-like quality of this photograph and keeps the hard lines of the pier from becoming to strong of a component. I’m inspired by the way you have continued to work this image!

  • tonebytone says:

    Craig, I love this image just the way it is now. No suggestions, except to leave it alone and print it large! It’s purrr-fect :-)


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