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Abstract Showcase"Ferry Project"

Images that defy classification into animal, vegetable or mineral; motion blur, light & shadow play, abstracted views
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Post by Ernst-Ulrich Schafer »

I love photographing while having to take a Ferry from the Olympic Peninsula.

Best to ya, Ernst
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Post by pop511 »

Oh, Yes.... I've seen earlier work almost showing the same scene
The question I have to ask Ernst. Did you take the shot out of focus or done in P/P?
I'm gonna say you deliberately shot out of focus.
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Post by Charles Haacker »

I could look at this for a long, long time. In fact, I have looked at it for a long, long time. It is restful. Mysteriously restful. If I did not know what it was I don't think I could ever figure out what it was, but it would not matter. It puts me in mind of Wyeth's Wind From the Sea.
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Post by Ernst-Ulrich Schafer »

Ed, Yes you more than likely have seen a similar image from me as I tend to revisit certain images many times. Here it's all about "bokeh", shot wide open. ;-)

Thanks Charles for the comment.

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Post by minniev »

This is all about shape and line and lighting. It looks like it was shot through something - glass or fabric or both - in addition to the settings having their own contribution to make. Interesting effect, visually pleasing, and peaceful.
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Post by Graham Smith »

This is a clever use of shallow DOF to create an almost abstract. I like it a lot it's both restful and stimulating :thumbup:
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Post by St3v3Murray »

Ernst-Ulrich Schafer wrote:I love photographing while having to take a Ferry from the Olympic Peninsula.

Best to ya, Ernst

It looks like you shot this with a white wall on the right and the open area on the left, but I would have never thought to shoot wide open and accept it. This is pure inspiration and it's still boggling my mind of why I like it. There's nothing to look at and yet so much. Neat!

Thank you so much for sharing this with us! S-
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Post by Ernst-Ulrich Schafer »

Rather than starting a new thread on the same subject I'll just keep adding to this thread and will do like wise for my other projects.

Here is something that I play with at times.
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Post by St3v3Murray »

Ernst-Ulrich Schafer wrote:Rather than starting a new thread on the same subject I'll just keep adding to this thread and will do like wise for my other projects.

Here is something that I play with at times.

Can you explain the editing marks? S-
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Post by Ernst-Ulrich Schafer »

Back in the film days we would mark our contact sheets with a grease pencil, this just takes that alittle further.
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