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Jan E.

Jan E.
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Summer moved on...

I shot this very scene yesterday. But at home I was not too happy with the dull autumn colours. So I tried b&w for the first time. Better. But still I found the boats etc. on the opposite bank too distracting. So, when I saw the fog this morning, I knew what to do!
This is not really my style, but still – I kind of like it...

Exif Data

SM-N975F

Aperture
f/2.4
FocalLength
26
Exposure
1/100
ISO
160
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  • Image type: image/jpeg
  • Exposure: 1/100
  • Resolution: 72/1
  • Created: 13th October 2020
  • Uploaded: 26th October 2016
  • Category: Landscape
  • Views: 93
  • Likes: 34



  • eddiem
    3 years ago
    Very nice image
  • ray_foster
    3 years ago
    nice shot very moody good choice b&w
    • Jan E.
      3 years ago
      Thank you! - b&w was not really a "choice" - it did not work at all in colour.
  • Ryder-
    4 years ago
    Wonderful shot ... Love it!
    • Jan E.
      4 years ago
      Thank you!
  • Nicanor Mosquera
    4 years ago
    Beautiful place, I like in black and white!
    • Jan E.
      4 years ago
      Thank you! I did not like it in colour. ;-)
  • Crush'd Curiosity
    4 years ago
    Really think the lone chair adds to the atmosphere, great pic!
    • Jan E.
      4 years ago
      Thank you. Yes, the old and broken chair was very important. I would have loved to have it a little more to the center but on the left side of it was a rather modern bench which I wanted to exclude from the frame.
      • Crush'd Curiosity
        4 years ago
        The thing I like about it on the left of the frame is that your eyes are initially drawn to the water, then the wooden jetty leads you back to the chair. Encourages you to linger on the image to fully process it
        • Jan E.
          4 years ago
          Thank you for your comment. I agree, I just would like it a tiny little bit further away from the border. What also starts bothering me is this black log in the water in the center of the picture. It is completely irrelevant but still very dominant due to its strong contrast against the water... ;-)
          • Crush'd Curiosity
            4 years ago
            :) I can see it now you've mentioned it but I don't think it detracts from it being a great picture! Nice work!
            • Jan E.
              4 years ago
              Thank you for your nice and helpful comments. I really appreciate your time!
  • Leigh Goessl
    4 years ago
    It works! I love the mood you've captured and also the effect of the B/W
    • Jan E.
      4 years ago
      Thank you!