I think there is also a big difference in how it's displayed. As a web
image it looks dark and displays little detail. But displayed as a
16x24" print there is a lot of detail visible despite the low light level.
Chris Barker wrote:
> Thanks for that, Chuck. I like the sky, but I should have had the darker
> tones up a bit.
> And it made me look at the area again, as well as where we used to live, on
> the peninsula just north of MacDill (Bayshore Boulevard).
> Halcyon days ...
> On 26 Apr 2010, at 22:55, Chuck Norcutt wrote:
>> I've been playing with some of the images I took in Florida this past
>> winter and decided to convert a few to B&W. I rather liked this one.
>> It's taken at Bishop Harbor near the south end of Tampa Bay. Probably
>> less than a mile from my place in Palmetto FL. Looking east, away from
>> the bay in late afternoon. Those are live oaks and cabbage palms across
>> the way covered in wind blown Spanish moss. 24mm on the Tamron 24-135
>> on Canon 5D.
>> There aren't too many pictures this year. It was too cold and windy to
>> inspire much photography. The shot immediately after this one shows a
>> small pile of dead fish which had succumbed to the cold. The bay water
>> here is only a couple of feet deep.
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