Boat trip.

f/22  6sek  iso50  16mm  and a tripod
f/22  2,5sek  iso50  16mm  and a tripod
f/22  2sek  iso50 16mm and a tripod

The Photo Club I`m joining had a successful trip to sea with an old fishing boat the other day.
I tried to get the boat to stand still, while the surroundings were to move, using a tripod and long shutter speed.
It is very difficult to get people to stand still in situations like this............................

14 kommentarer:

Anne sa...

Noe så dritt stilig!! i bildet ser det jo nesten ut som om det går i skikkelig reserfart jo :-) men de hadde vel klamret seg til reka de som står der forran da tenker jeg.

Dagrun sa...

Gjør ikke noe at de beveger seg egentlig heller. Kjempetøffe bilder!

fotogigen sa...

desse var stilige, likte best nr 2.forresten har du veldig mange bra bilder på bloggen din!

Dimple sa...

Yes, people have a hard time holding still for very long! These are nice shots, though, even with wiggly people!

michael sa...

I love these photos! great use of motion blur.

Manang Kim sa...

Oh wow I love these shots!! Fantastic!

WateryWednesday

Tricia sa...

Beautiful images - I like the blurred effects, but I love how the rest of the image in each one is so crisp & clear!

Cindy sa...

What great photos, I love the illusion of speed! Oh my, to spend some time on that boat, what a pleasure that would be. Lovely, thanks for the look.

Pål Espen Husøy sa...

Flotte bilder. Det at folk beveger seg gjør at bildene får mere liv.

Jiggy sa...

Awesome, looks like you were doing speeds way higher than that boat has any business doing.

Philippe de Bordeaux sa...

Good effect with Long Time and tripod.
A dynamic effect in a quiet boat...

Best Regards.

.PHILIPPE.

Elin sa...

Takker for hyggelig kommentar på bloggen min.
Utrolig flotte bilder du tar!! Er veldig imponert.

Syns disse båt-bildene var veldig stilige. Likte godt at båten var sylskarp, mens personene og øvrige bevegelser var utvisket.

Elin

eileeninmd sa...

Cool looking photos, looks like a fun boat trip!

Rune (Bildebloggen) sa...

Stilige bilder fra turen deres. Artig kombinasjon av stillhet og bevegelse!