Staring Into Oblivion pt.2 (gallery)

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  • Since the last post was a long exposure, this time i’m posting short exposures! 🙂
    Most of them are black and white because, as you can see in the last photo, there was barely any colour around.
    Anyway, hope you like them! 😀

    Location: Calhau – Madeira island – Portugal
    Shutter speed: 1/2000, 1/1600 and 1/1000 2x seconds.
    F: /1.8
    Focal Length: 50mm
    ISO: 100
    filter: Hoya 52mm CIR-PL
    Prints Available here: http://society6.com/diogopereira/prints?show=new

  • 10 thoughts on “Staring Into Oblivion pt.2 (gallery)

        • There is something wonderful about a sea or ocean, the sound, the smell, the cool breeze. The North Sea is very chilly even in summer but it is great to dip your toes in. Is the water there very cold?

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          • Yes I agree, it’s so vast and mysterious too, it can also be quite scary but also wonderful! I used to be scared of the sea, but now i can’t live far from it 🙂
            Hm well it’s not very cold, i’m sure you have much colder water there!

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    1. Yeah, black and white works great for these photos! The last one seems kinda weak compared to the others… But damn you have some big waves there!!! Where i used to live in Greece we don’t get half these waves…

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      • Yeah it loses a great deal of impact in colour! But still i’m very happy with these photos, they were taken with a 50mm lens that i rarely use, but i’m gonna use it some more after this! 🙂 Yes we do have big waves, sometimes they reach the streets or destroy rock walls and stuff! Thanks Alex! 😀

        Btw, do you use Pinterest?? 😀

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