Time to go home
|Copyright: Chuck Kuhn (ckuhn55)
|Date Taken: 2005-04-01|
|Camera: Canon 10d, Canon 70-200 f4 L IS|
|Exposure: f/5.6, 1/125 seconds|
|More Photo Info: [view]|
|Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop|
|Date Submitted: 2005-10-16 17:39|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|End of a hard working day at fishing village in Hai Thinh. Hundreds of these boats go out daily. Bringing back fish, that they sell to the markets.|
This is like a scene from a historical movie. At first glance, I even saw the armies of the Chinese emperor with their banners... One of the things I most like about TL (and TE, of course) is that I get an insight into the daily life of countries and peoples in a way that simply does not happen anywhere else.
Nice, cool colors, interesting texture on the fishing net. Exciting point of view: a heap of curves arranged into a straight line that has a vanishing point somewhere in the center of the picture or just a bit off of it. Not an everyday shot! Thanks for sharing.
Nice picture Chuck. But I think that another alternative in terms of composition would be cropping the picture a litle tighter in order to enhance the fishing nets - they give a nice effect. IŽll try to post a workshop. TFS
Hi Chuck, it sure looks like a busy place there. Thanks for sharing this with us.
WOW Chuck!!! :D.. Me planning to goto the seaside tomorrow to get some boat pictures... :D Guess I will post one some day... :D.. I love the composition... Hmmm.. U could have cloned out the glag at the front... :D.. Amazing colors... They appear like twins... :D.. What are all those flags for? Thanks for sharing this balanced shot... :D
Hello Chuck, this is a nice composition on these boats all in line. They are all the same colour and it enhances it even more. Also the white and delicate fishnets her are like gauze on a dress.
The people in the boats add to the pic and mostly the one who is looking at you.
Very well done! Cheers, Yan
p.s. I looked at the ws and I prefer your photo. :)
- [2008-02-03 0:17]
With big pleasure I watched your camerawork from Vietnam. Different world different customs.