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Baltimore gaff rigged schooner entering Gig Harbor, Washington. Image captured August, 2009 processed as a melainotype or ferrotype of the 1800s.
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My photographs are not always technically correct, I tend to break the rules but I do that knowing what the rules are and having a reason to do so. My photographic images are what and how I see the world around me in my minds eye—they are who I am.
This is beautiful, Bryan! Looks incredible in a frame, too.
Thank you very much Ann, she is a wonderful ship to photograph.
– Bryan Peterson
Thanks very much Tim.
Looks great Bryan & I do like the texture effect.
Thanks Gail, I’ve been having fun playing around with different effects and some of the images actually turn out well.
Looks great, Bryan. Brilliant processing.And such a wonderful vessel with all sails set.
I believe that these ladies of the late 1700s do look a little better processed as a vintage image. She is down in Southern California for the winter so I will have to wait till next summer for more images of her flying on Puget Sound.
Wonderful full sail image Bryan…with perfect processing!!*-)
Thank you Ana. The shot in color just didn’t look right and somehow out of place but converting it to b&w and adding some effects seemed to bring it all together.