Madras Eye by Keegan Wong

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What is the Madras Eye you ask?

The Madras Eye is often used in India to describe a bloodshot-to-pink eye known clinically as bacterial conjunctivitis in the Western world.

Because I contracted conjunctivitis after taking this shot. Must’ve been those bloody corals. Shot taken down at a beach in Mandurah, Western Australia.

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Shot settings:
Body: Canon EOS 350D
Lens: Sigma 10-20mm DC HSM
Shutter Speed: 4" sec
Focal Length: 11mm
Flash: Did not fire
ISO: 100
Aperture value: f/11

Comments

  • MattTworkowski
    MattTworkowskiabout 6 years ago

    Great shot mate

  • Gino Iori
    Gino Ioriabout 6 years ago

    Great image Keegan

  • Danielle Knight
    Danielle Knightabout 6 years ago

    Very nice use of shutter speed on this shot Keegan, the overall tones of this shot ore beautiful, fantastic sky, and the milky water sets it off. Very nicely done.

  • Liv Stockley
    Liv Stockleyabout 6 years ago

    Absolutely stunning image, sorry to hear about the Madras Eye though _

  • Taylor Sawyer
    Taylor Sawyerabout 6 years ago

    Hey there! Are you participating in Photography 101’s group tagging? If you are, can you tag this one with p101slowss. I think its a great example of the use of slow shutter!!

  • Luka Skracic
    Luka Skracicabout 6 years ago

    Great coastal shot Keegan.

  • LukeAustin
    LukeAustinabout 6 years ago

    Really liking this one Keegan. Great work mate.

  • Anthony Mancuso
    Anthony Mancusoabout 6 years ago

    nice work Keegan, well done

  • brad0928
    brad0928about 6 years ago

    Very nice feel to this picture.

  • Rachel B
    Rachel Babout 6 years ago

    It’s all so amazing! great image!

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