CARNIVAL LEGEND - IMO 9224726
|Vessel type:||Passengers Ship|
|Gross tonnage:||85,942 tons|
|Summer DWT:||7,089 tons|
|Last known position:|
|43°16’38.28” S, 147°49’48.3” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|19.8kts, 101° (100°)|
|Arrival:||27th Feb 2017|
|20 hours 47 minutes ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2017 February 27th, 18:00:46 UTC||Sydney|
|2017 February 14th, 20:00:18 UTC||Mystery Isl|
|2017 February 13th, 19:12:26 UTC||Noumea|
|2017 February 10th, 18:00:40 UTC||Sydney|
|2017 February 8th, 18:00:48 UTC||Noumea|
|2017 February 2nd, 18:00:56 UTC||Sydney|
|2017 January 31st, 19:00:23 UTC||Hobart|
|2017 January 26th, 18:00:55 UTC||Sydney Au|
|2017 January 23rd, 18:42:12 UTC||Noumea|
|2017 January 6th, 17:00:28 UTC||Sydney||
© Walter Pless
© Walter Pless
© Gordon Allfrey
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Very nice Tom, as always. |
The lighting did hurt here, although the water itself was made even more artificial in photoshop.
The Canon D30 in some instances, including low light, has arguably better color than contemporaries in its class and perhaps even after, due to technical reasons I do not pretend to understand, but the water itself as well as hazy skies really show up weaknesses if anything. (or, at least a challenge for my skill level). A couple of other shots added at this time with the same light, show the water in a more "natural" state in the out of the camera file uploaded, but even those are still "off" unfortunately.
Wow, what a shot!
Sharp and crisp; great angle and light.
Water however is somewhat on the purple side. Did the lighting conditions create this water color?
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Nice contrast with the water and ship. |
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