More sails - "Kieler Woche" (big 56k no-no!)

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  1. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    This I took before we even got on board, while we were still walking the pier in the morning.

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    The mast of our ship (cf. www.hansekogge.de ) before we had set sail...

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    ...and while we set sail.

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    More impressions:

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    A little play with black+white turned to sepia (would that be "duotones"?)

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    And upon returning at 5:30 in the afternoon, the sky had become brilliantly blue, so on walking back to the car park, I had the chance to get these two:

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    &Denekamp TPF Noob!

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    Wow, nice!

    Especialy like #5, and the blue in the last two is just awsome!

    Nice to see they still keep those old ships sailing
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Anyone else interested in looking at sailing ships, or their masts, or whatnot?
    I still want to know if a b+w conversion that then was turned into sepia is called a "duotone"?
     
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    These are awesome shots. I love the sepia pic. All are amazing LaFoto!!!
     
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    love the whole series, i think that you could not have chosen a better image to convert as #6 nice work.
     
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    Hey lafoto.. these are some really neat shots!
    love the second.. the framing of the 4th and that sepia is a wow!
    it looks out of the old time movies.... good work :thumbsup:
     
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    wow i really like these!! boats are way cool!
     
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    Sepia did it for me. Nice work especially No 5.

    Eric
     
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    beautiful shots LAFOTO!!! :smileys: :smileys: :smileys: :smileys: :smileys: :smileys: :smileys: :smileys: :smileys: :smileys: :smileys: :smileys: :smileys: :smileys: :smileys: :smileys: :smileys: :smileys: :smileys: :smileys: :smileys: :smileys: :smileys: :smileys: :smileys: :smileys: :smileys: :smileys: :smileys: :smileys: :smileys: :smileys: :smileys:
     
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    terri Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    What good work, LaFoto. :thumbup: I'm afraid I can't answer your question about the duotone; I am not well versed in Photoshop-speak. ;) Hopefully someone who is will be able to answer that for you.

    Fabulous work with #6, whatever you want to call it. ;) I also like your composition in #4, 5 as well as 6.

    Nice grouping, thanks for posting! :)
     

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