Rock Star Landscape Photographer’s Boat (Brightened)

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Every Rock Star Landscape Photographer needs their boat.   Last time I looked in Better Photography magazine Peter Eastway and his friend run photography tours in a boat.  I was thinking that perhaps with all the money I’ve made from my Landscape Photography I could purchase this boat and do my own tours.    Any takers? :-)    Seriously though I love this shot, I was going to call it ‘When I grow up’.    Its part of me learning to grow and extending my photography boundaries and ‘eye’.   Hopefully you will all see the sense of humour in this shot as I did.

Has anyone else got any quirky little shots like this?

Jamie Paterson

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6 Comments

  1. James February 25, 2009 at 8:45 am #

    Mate the TNFP filter is working great now, maybe turn up the brightness or contrast setting on the background with filter :). Your processing is getting better.

    I missed you at the secret spot the other week, don’t know if you were there, but the water wasn’t flowing until 7:30 so I walked around the foreshore.

  2. jamiepatersonphotography February 25, 2009 at 9:14 am #

    Hi James,

    Yes when I looked this morning I saw that the brightness needed to be turned up a touch. Will do it tonight when I get home and reload it onto the blog.

    I slept in until 12 last Saturday as it was a really tough week.

    Jamie Paterson

  3. Beau Mitchell February 25, 2009 at 10:34 am #

    Haha, very funny Jamie. I hope they are just one on one tours in a boat like that 😉

  4. jamiepatersonphotography February 25, 2009 at 8:20 pm #

    Well Beau I would’ve thought that one on one was obvious. How else would we get beer onboard? 😉

    I’ll call her the Rottnest Explorer.

  5. Michael March 2, 2009 at 1:42 pm #

    Bags sitting on your lap! Awesome image Jamie

  6. greatend April 3, 2009 at 1:14 am #

    The irony here is amazing and the contrast of the image compression is indeed impressive.

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