Indeed! My kids seem to smile a lot, so the expense of braces seems worth it!12 - happy days!
I'm hoping to get back on track here soon...3 - sidetracks can happen. You're making lemonade.
This was a lucky find at a spot that I had not been to before, so I don't know how long it's been like that. I'm guessing the keel is touching the floor of the intracoastal there, because only the sail was moving.14 - very cool shot, I'm thinking one sunk in the last storm and not recovered yet?
Thanks, Terri. I'm really just learning as well. Nothing fancy here - just the occasional ND or polarizing filter for the captures and no more than the basic tools in Lightroom afterwards.I always enjoy all your shots. I'm learning B&W converting and yours are all very good.
I actually had everything with me that I needed to blur the water (ND filters, filter adapter holder, remote shutter release) minus one key tool - a tripod! So, I just settled for the ordinary shot, but I do agree that it would have been nice to smooth out the water.Your BW processing is very suiting for your last 3 posts. Could you get a long exposure on the sail submarine to blur the water? That would be cool, but might have issues with motion blur of the subject. Maybe blend a layer to smooth the water? Sorry, not trying to make work for you, just suggestions.