The things that struck me immediately upon viewing the picture were two things. Firstly the blurred movement of the boats suggested that you did a time lapse shot, so perhaps you were on a pier using a tripod. I liked that alot. Secondly the poles divided the focus of my attention, which is the buildings in the background and that bothered me, although I am not sure there is a thing you could do about that. I would have preferred it there was a location where you could have perhaps framed the building with the poles while still being able to get the boats in the frame for the motion effect.
Hi there, thank you for the comment. From all the files of this scene i chose exactly the one with the passing by boat. I thought it will bring more dynamic/movement to the photo. I guess I've seen it differently. Thank you again for stopping by we appreciate every comment and critique! cheers
Themis711Featured By OwnerNov 5, 2012Hobbyist Digital Artist
Lovely photo mate, can i ask how you achieve this motion blur effect? Cause i would certainly love to learn how to do it as well! Is it done some after editing software like photoshop or is it some specific camera setting?
hi there the motion blur you can achieve using long exposure setting (like 10sec/4min for example) plus Neutral Density filters and tripod of course to avoid camera shaking. thank you for kind comment!! cheers