Maresias #30

by Sousa Dias Nana

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Gallery: Landscape & Seascape

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Published: Thursday 15th of January 2004 08:32:16 PM


Comments

Stefano Ricciardi
WOW!

Steve J Murray
A lovely shot! Nice job!

Sriram Varadarajan
You take stunning pictures!!

Hans Koot
Long exposure with timeless result

Jay Patel
Marvelous shot. Perfect exposure and excellent composition. The horizon is placed just right on the top. The diagonal lines formed by the rocks draws your attention to the beautiful lighting on cliffs.

Dave K
This is truly an outstanding image. The scene itself is striking and you have captured beautifully. Great Job!!!

Geoffrey Swenson
The only distractions are the condensation trails. Otherwise a very good image.

John Orban
A moody, hauntingly beautiful image. The perception of depth is striking.

Howard Vrankin
Wonderful monochrome tonalities, clouds, and mist.

Linda Keagle
It's all been said. I agree.

ying lin
beautiful...beyond description.

John Welton
Wish I were there Nana, the only minor point I can criticize are the slightly blown out highlights which may be due to the scanning process. I love that sweeping wide angle look - hard to do well, you seem to be a master. Thanks for sharing your work.

Francesco Martini
fantastico Bianco e Nero!!!!

karl cresser
Inspired me to visit Portugal. Lovely contrast and composition.

Alberto Conde
Outstanding as most of your photos are. Compositionally this one is very interesting giving an incredible sense of depth.

Muito boa, Nana

Alexander Knisely
Alex Knisely awesome black and white shot...is the hint of bluring due to mist or exposure time? Any tips on how to go about becoming a professional photographer please send me an email at PeacefulWarrior_04@hotmail.com thanks! (that goes for anyone)

Samuel Downs
Great shot! Wow, I love this shot! I like the overall balance of the shot as well as the sense of movement that I get. Well done. Sam

M. Hatapkapulu
what a mystic cool shot!

Janet Cull - Western NC
Beautiful! Do you mind giving some info on how you shot it? How long was that exposure? It's just amazing to me.

Teresa Zafon
Stunning shot, as most of your work. Love it.

Matt Pearson
It's really interesting how you can spot something shot on film almost immediately. I don't know what it is, but I'm sure someone out there does and can tell me what my instincts are picking up on :) Wonderful shot, by the way.

Nana Sousa Dias
Matt: Thank you for your comment but, I can't understand very well what you mean, my english is not that good. Can you explain to me by other words, what you mean, you or someone else, please?

Stuart Williams
Nana I believe that what Matt is saying is that one could never have captured what you have, here, using a digital camera. He is saying that using film - instead of digital - captures something simply more beautiful! Matt, I think I have that right?!

Nana Sousa Dias
Stuart, Thanks a lot! So that's it? I don't think is true, anyway! ;-) This could have been done with a digital camera but, I don't like it very much, I use it just for comercial work. For this kind of photography, I still prefer medium and large format analog cameras. It's more difficult but still... ;-)

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