(and if you can only post 850pix wide there, you may as well shoot a phone-camera. If it's been shot at LF quality then it's worth viewing at LF quality).
I'm very impressed that you could get 1-second exposures and keep the ship that sharp. Did you tie-down your tripod so that it rocked along with the ship and didn't vibrate?
I really liked this set of photos! Great work there is such a feeling of energy and motion in those images.
I would also guess that you tied down your tripod? Or is it the effect that a larger ship doesn't seem to rock as much?
I was contemplating if it might have been a 35mm with an IS/VR/VC lens, but it can't because then the horizon would have been sharp but the ship blurry (that, and I know he shoots LF).
all those digital shots are on a 5D mk2 with a 24mm f1.4 LII lens. & 3 stop GND filter
The camera was on a really cheap shitty tripod. I just set it up and held the tripod as firmly as I could with my hands, pushing 'down' into the deck. I was really surprised how sharp they came out especially the ones where I am on the monkey island (top deck) with 50 knots of wind slamming me. I didn't expect them to work. The one of the water rushing over that gate towards the camera I nearly lost the camera. It came at me harder than expected and nearly knocked me and the camera over. It was a bit blurry because in the I lost my footing in the last part of the exposure (it was really rough) but I still liked how it came out. it was too dangerous to stay there much longer
Beautiful pictures, but this site is not for digital photography, my friend. Film only, please.
The pics i posted were on film. I posted external link to set rather than digi pics.
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