USS Wisconsin

Posted by
Albert (Sweden, living in Mechelen, Belgium) on 16 May 2011 in Transportation and Portfolio.

USA, Norfolk, VA

I stayed in Virginia for a conference a couple of days in April. Freshly processed, I'm lacking behind...

Canon EOS 7D 1/32 second F/8.0 ISO 500 24 mm

Florence from Paris, France

Wow. What an impressive boat. Your point of view is really extraordinary Albert, going along your tone-mapping, it makes a very dramatic shot. Well done.

16 May 2011 5:46am

klausZ from Kufstein, Austria

hey albert, an impressive work in any way!!! great and stunning pov and an unbelievable processing!

16 May 2011 7:17am

guillaume from Paris, France

Excellent and imprssive processing !

16 May 2011 9:08am

Ralph Jones from Detroit, United States

5 stars, I would give this a galaxy if I could. Fantastic point of view!
*****

16 May 2011 1:24pm

DowsherVision from PARIS, France

What a nice capture in the first place, and what a great treatment afterward !!!!!!!!!!!!
This sure is a five stars one !!!!!!!

16 May 2011 1:55pm

PD from Kansas, United States

Wow! A stunning image... very cool.

16 May 2011 2:27pm

oncho from granada, Spain

Fantatic perspective and work

16 May 2011 3:11pm

Rayak from Paris, France

Marvellous and impressing picture! Superb choice for the processing.

16 May 2011 3:31pm

hugo poon from hong kong, Hong Kong

How compelling and imposing!!! The angle, textures, tonality... remarkable capture and rendering!

16 May 2011 3:36pm

UweB from SH, Germany

Impressive POV and processing!

16 May 2011 3:45pm

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

I'm blown away, just how did you find this viewpoint Albert?
Were you on a boat?
Did you plant a tripod in three feet of water?
The effect is stunning with the most dramatic of impacts.
The HDR tone mapping is........well you know what it is.
Very, very satisfying.

16 May 2011 6:29pm

Steven from Chicagoland, United States

Oh Wow! What an impressive perspective that you've captured here. It seems as though the hull of the ship couldn't be as slim as it's shown here. Beautiful job on the processing as well!

17 May 2011 2:58am

Didier DE ZAN from somewhere, France

Excellent !

17 May 2011 5:20am

BBM from Sussex, United Kingdom

Wow truthfully impressive!!

17 May 2011 8:26am

MARIANA from Waterloo, Canada

Super compo . My choice for this image would be one strong , pretty monochrome ;)

17 May 2011 2:40pm

Dutch from Neverwhere, United States

Fantastic perspective.. wow.. it looks just massive!

17 May 2011 8:12pm

Ronnie 2¢ from Atlantic Shores, United Kingdom

Incredible impact seen this way with the wide-angle and the b&w gives it a kinda authority, too.

18 May 2011 7:29am

Mohsen from Tehran, Iran

Fantastic view and processing too.

18 May 2011 8:05am

Vaido from Võrumaa, Estonia

That's impressive!

18 May 2011 11:59am

Olivier Paillet from toulouse, France

Impressionnant ! Superbe et très beau traitement ! Bien joué !

21 May 2011 9:32am

Barbara Lee from Oakland, United States

All I can say is WOW!!!!!!!

21 May 2011 3:27pm

Gilles from Entre Bussy et Bruxelles, France

Looks like it's coming out of a BD. Very impressive

22 May 2011 2:10pm

Marie from FRESNES, France

magnifique !

28 May 2011 9:12pm

Scott Frederick from Philadelphia, United States

Great shot, congrats on the EP at HDR Spotting!

31 May 2011 3:52am

DigitalBlind from United States

I really like this picture!

3 Jun 2011 1:41am

Philipp from München, Germany

congrats on your "editors pick" on hdrspotting. cool image... although i am not a big fan of portrait format i really enjoy your composition. nicely done, and well processed. all the best from munich, germany. cheers -philipp

6 Jun 2011 7:59pm

Luiza from Köln, Germany

HERVORRAGEND! Habe selten ein so ausgezeichnetes HDR gesehen!

Viele Grüsse,

Luiza

7 Jun 2011 12:09pm

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

I see this is doing well at HDR Spotting, I'll have to make time to get a few more in there.

20 Jun 2011 12:28pm

Albert from Hamburg, Germany

Thanks to everyone for the visits and comments! Especially to everyone who navigated the whole way from HDR spotting.

10 Jul 2011 5:34pm

Adrian from Wakefield, United Kingdom

stunning in every way

26 Aug 2011 5:21pm

Jerry from Aberdeen, United States

BB-64, one number higher then the Missouri so that gives a time perspective. I am impressed with how you set-up this image, it is unique and doesn't have a "real" feel about it, it seems surreal and you are good at doing those kind of images. Nice work.

12 Feb 2012 4:16pm