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Apache II Trondheimsfijord at Orkanger Norway
Taken in 2012 after completing a survey on the Technip's vessel Apache II, two images stitched together taken at Trondheimsfijord, Orkanger, Norway
Two images stitched together using Hugins, enhancement in Darkroom then re-size in Gimp
Mar 05, 2014
2000 x 947 pixels
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[Mar 05, 2014 at 03:26 PM]
Hmm, I'm going to have to say from the outset Steve that not only does the the RH half of the image look a bit weird (possibly slower shutter speed?) but it just doesn't 'fit' with the LH side - but just my opinion of course. So, with that in mind, with a square crop from the LH edge, the image resized to say, 1250px, you have a potentially cracking shot that just needs the crane support column/jetty piles pulling upright to get it spot-on. The square crop suits the image perfectly, there is some super detail in the pipe-laying boat; the remaining sky is great and you have smashing reflections. I can't decide whether the mooring rope should stay in or not but either way, it becomes a top-notch image. Very well done indeed sir! Incidentally, the Maritime Traffic website says she is currently berthed in Leith harbour
[Mar 05, 2014 at 04:30 PM]
Steve, I do feel that although I can understand your wanting a wide vista, your picture is solely in the LHS. I would have to therefore perhaps just use the picture which you took of that side and make a nice composition of it. Being very interested in what is going on in terms of pipe laying, that picture may help me more in that regard.
[Mar 06, 2014 at 06:08 PM]
A nice try Steve but just gotta agree with the chaps above, especially Keith.
Certainly worth another edit with those comments in mind, look forward to seeing it
[Mar 07, 2014 at 05:55 AM]
Good idea, Steve, but I have to agree with the Keith. All the interest is to the left side of the image and I'd love see more of that ship.
[Mar 08, 2014 at 06:04 PM]
Late with comment, and the re-edit has now been posted, but would tend to agree with the comments about the RH side of the image.
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