Looking Out

Looking Out

Posted: 28.10.07 | Categories: [Black and White]  [Denmark]  [People]  

I was on holiday in Denmark back in August (and only really getting time to go through the photos now!) I happened to spot this couple on the catamaran that we were on that was sailing between Arhus (Jutland) and the island of Sealand (on our way to Copenhagen). It was quite blustery as you can see, and it was the woman's hair that was getting blown about that I found most interesting.

Exifs:

Canon EOS 400D DIGITAL
f 4
1/1600 sec
70 mm
ISO 100
LENS : Canon 70-300mm





12 Comments Posted | View

  • Love the way that hair is blowing, just like the clouds. The overall composition is very effective in this B&W setting. Refering at you question about my leaf post; I did use flash in combination of natural sunlight. Works out great sometimes...
    javga @ 2007-10-28
  • A fine black and white image. I too like the wind blown look of her hair. Nice shot.
    don @ 2007-10-28
  • i like this...an excellent composition and capture...well spotted!

    david @ 2007-10-29
  • A lovely shot. Your B&W is really superb!
    Still @ 2007-10-29
  • cool candid capture, the wind is blowing. like the light and contrast.
    riesenriel @ 2007-10-29
  • Fabulous ! and a B&W in which I don't miss color at all.
    Hildegarde @ 2007-10-29
  • Looking forward to more DK pics :-D ....and does that mean Heidi's getting a mail soon (wink, wink, nudge, nudge ...hi,hi)
    Paul J @ 2007-10-30
  • Excellent choice to do this in B&W! The leather jacket comes out really nice this way.
    Arjan - PlasticDaisy @ 2007-10-31
  • The light is superb. It's a very dynamic image. Handsome.
    milou @ 2007-11-02
  • Great shot! Love the hair! :-) Now THAT'S perfect timing!
    Alice @ 2007-11-02
  • Very nicely exposed. I like the fact that the girl looks as though she's jumping to look over the rail.
    Jon @ 2007-11-03
  • Love the composition and the flying hair adds so much to it, very nicely done.
    Jonathan @ 2007-11-06

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