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March 24, 2009

Nikki Ann

Filed under: Photography,Random — studiophototrope @ 11:12 am
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5 Exposure HDR. Click image for larger size, click again to zoom.


Nikki Ann

Nikki Ann



  1. The clouds are fantastic! I know it sounds strange but I think they almost look like waves too and give the viewer an impression of speed. Waves on the water, “waves” in the sky and a battered fishing boat in between – thats’s all you need to get an interesting “daily life” picture (but what has happened to the boat’s stern?).


    Comment by Staffan H — October 7, 2008 @ 2:00 pm | Reply

  2. We have not visited for a while (life took priority over photography). The new layout works really well and your site is a source of inspiration for us (beginners of HDR).

    We fell for the boat, and agree with Staffan on the sky. Real life elevated to art….

    Comment by Framed and Shot — October 8, 2008 @ 8:09 pm | Reply

  3. Steffan nails it!

    And this is one of those big reasons why I miss the East Coast. My Dad spent as much time as he could on or near the water…and actually asked to board great boats like this….then would ask if he could go down into the engine room. Quite a character, he was….but I got to see A LOT of boats that way!

    And, yes, of course, you are an inspiration to we beginners!

    Comment by sambissell — October 9, 2008 @ 10:48 am | Reply

  4. I found few photography of your are extremely amazing as they seems naturally vibrant. Great place to get inspired. Thanks for sharing.

    Comment by dinesh1201 — October 22, 2008 @ 2:00 am | Reply

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