Friday, August 22, 2014


Sometimes I have to remember that zooming in can come in aid of the subject.  Depicting the entire harbor scene can confuse the viewer about what you are drawn to.  This boat just attracted my attention because of the 'bimini' which shaded the wheel house area. 

I also had a great running conversation with the captain of this vessel.  He and his friend kept going back and forth to get ice and other supplies for their brief sail out in the bay.  They were quite entertaining, assuring me that I had another 45 minutes before the boat sailed.  Sure enough, I finished just  before they set sail. 

Zoom in and eliminate details out beyond the primary subject.

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