Dedication by Naomi Frost

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Camera: FujiFilm FinePix S7000
Date: 25/01/2008 11:10AM
ISO200
f/8
1/150sec exposure
Cir Polarising Filter
Tripod with wet feet.
Me with wet pants

Comments

  • Paul Tupman
    Paul Tupmanover 6 years ago

    Wet pants? Ok, just because its a good photo, doesn’t mean you have to wet your pants over it! I’ll say it again, this really is a wonderful series, full of great compositions and excellent tonal work in the processing.. really love the swimmer and the boats on the horizon in this.. fantastic work.

  • LOL…I wet my pants with fear for my camera cause the waves were so big…. I was surprised at how clear the boats came out on this one too…they lined up nicely for me though..

    – Naomi Frost

  • tjmimagery
    tjmimageryover 6 years ago

    Fantastic capture, great series of images, well done.

  • Juilee  Pryor
    Juilee Pryorover 6 years ago

    this is another really excellent shot Naomi. lovely body of work. well done.

  • Matt Hurrell
    Matt Hurrellover 6 years ago

    The three tankers certainly did line up or you. Were you in radio contact, or did you just re-programme their sat-nav??
    Whatever the case, great shot and I agree with Mr Tupman, a great series. Well done!!

  • Matt Hurrell
    Matt Hurrellover 6 years ago

    … that should say for you, not or you….. just a bit of overexcited typing there!!

  • Craig Hender
    Craig Henderover 6 years ago

    Fantastic capture! And good on you for getting your pants wet ;-)

  • gladders
    gladdersover 6 years ago

    Wet pants huh……well at least that explains the foam…..go see a doctor…you may be diabetic. Other than that….super shot there Nome……when you going to line one of these up, let Harrison pull the trigger with you stood in the forground?

  • mikrin
    mikrinover 6 years ago

    Awesome shot Naomi….

  • sasha
    sashaover 6 years ago

    Great shot – great portfolio, too.

  • Simon Mears
    Simon Mearsover 6 years ago

    another fantastic photo.. looks very cold out there.. fit for oil tankers

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