I took this photo during a boat drill last week. The lens on the iPhone camera isn’t particularly wide angled, but the curved mirror took care of that. Pity the mirror was so dirty.
You can now see all my photos from the trip so far at the Sosauce.com gallery.
In my continuing experimentationing with self portrait, I’ve taken quite a few interesting images in the last few days. I’ve got two good shots with my iPhone camera, but I’ve not transferred them to my laptop yet. Here are two photos from the beach in Peurto Madryn.
Through the grass:
Ducking into the frame:
Today the ship stopped in Puerto Madryn, Argentina. The only reason it calls at this port is because the area is swarming with sea lions, penguins, whales, dolphins and walruses. I wanted to go on a day-long trip to see some of these animals, but I had to stay on board for a crew boat drill. Once it had finished I didn’t have a lot of time, and the only place close enough to see a large collection of wildlife is a place I’ve visited before. Oh well, I’ll be back in a few weeks time, and I plan to get off the ship as early as possible.
In the end I took a long walk along the beach, camera in hand all the way. Here are some photos from today…
A sea lion:
Looking back at the Norwegian Sun, my home for four weeks:
Others walking on the beach:
I took photos of non-ladies on the beach too, but meanwhile:
A bike and a ship:
Working with nets:
This dog followed me for many miles of my walk. Later the dog patrol tried to catch him:
A sea lion on the pier:
As I framed the sea lion for a closeup, it shed a single, tiny, milky tear. So cute!
I’ll post more photos tomorrow…
In Buenos Aires I walked past this (I think) university building. I became slightly obsessed with the red and white stones in the gravel. This photo was taken with the camera literally resting on the ground.
This is a three exposure HDR photo, something I’ve not used yet with a human in the frame. Normally the idea is to make sure nothing is moving, as you get a fading effect. You can, of course, use a long exposure to makes sure moving subjects disappear completely. Here I set the timer, got into position, and kept as still as possible. The focus is slightly off, but otherwise I’m happy with the picture.
Today I’m in Puerto Madryn, Argentina, a city that exists purely for the seals and whales and walruses and penguins. I have four hours to fill, so I hope to see at least two kinds of large sea mammal/bird.