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Photographer:Marek W [View profile]Title:Seaspan CrusaderAdded:Aug 23, 2007
Photo Category: Tugs
Date: 08/22/2007 @6:36pm
Location: Vancouver, B.C.
Canon EOS 30D w/Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L USM @400mm

These tugs always keep me company while awaiting the departures and arrivals of the big boys.
Vessel Identification
Name:Seaspan Crusader
Technical Data
Vessel type:Tug
Gross tonnage:148 tons

Additional Information
Build year:1974
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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Photo Comments (6)

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Marek W on Aug 25, 2007 06:33 (11 years ago)
Thanks for the info Paul. Too bad so much action happens at night. Renders photography useless. Oh well.
SSIPaul on Aug 24, 2007 20:24 (11 years ago)
I was the Master of this tug from July 18 until Aug 15 2007.............. the bigger boats usually arrive at night and dept. later in the day as fueling ,stores,repairs can take some time..............the Seaspan Commodore is maybe leaving this fall for China for new barge pickup,................Paul
Marek W on Aug 23, 2007 21:44 (11 years ago)
No problem. I'm using twin 1400X1050, so it's pretty close to mine. If you see a photo you like, email me. I may not always respond right away, but I will eventually! Now I'm off to Stanley Park to shoot :) Take care.
Leigh MacKay on Aug 23, 2007 21:05 (11 years ago)
My monitor is 1680x1050 (Apple Cinema). Image cropping is usually required, however I don't find that this takes away from your photographs.

I appreciate your offer. Will keep in touch.

Many thanks, Marek

Marek W on Aug 23, 2007 20:27 (11 years ago)
Hi. I'll see what I can do. The reason why I make them this size is so I can also post them on my pbase website without having to resize and re-sharpen them. When I process my pics, they are sharpened specifically for the given size. If I were to resize and already sharpened pic, they I'd lose the quality of the sharpness.

Email me your monitor size and I can send you pics that you are interested in, in the given dimensions.
Leigh MacKay on Aug 23, 2007 18:15 (11 years ago)
Excellent photo; like all your photos. Many thanks for sharing.

As a fellow Greater Vancouver resident, I have a particular interest in your postings. I have a collection of your work.

If possible, I wonder if you could take photos in a larger size. That way the quality of your photos will remain on my large screen monitor.

Thanks again for sharing. :-D
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