Under the cranes

by Berckmans Peter March. 22, 2020 314 views

Had a walk in the city, still pretty much empty. At the riverside there is a collection from some old cranes used for unloading ships. When walking under them at a moment I turned and looked a bit into the sun. It gave this moody picture.

Something I do on every walk, look back from time to time.

The lens used is the small Xf27mm f2.8 pancakelens. It is a big performer in a very small package. It is tack sharp and the colors it renders is just great, ok these are in monochrome. And on the XT30 it is superfast.

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Brett Johnson 7 months ago

Stunning images, love them, they certainly got my attention!

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Berckmans Peter Replied to Brett Johnson 7 months ago

Thanks,glad you like them

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Antonio Gil 7 months ago

Very cool industry pictures. Pitch perfect editing too.

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Berckmans Peter Replied to Antonio Gil 7 months ago

Thanks Antonio. The edit is simple and one of my fav. About 5 clicks in the program

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Varsha Arun 7 months ago

Nice contrast & tone!

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Berckmans Peter Replied to Varsha Arun 7 months ago

Thank you

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Jay Boggess 7 months ago

Love the high-contrast, mono, creative compositions of these architectural marvels.....

+1 grinning +1

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Berckmans Peter Replied to Jay Boggess 7 months ago

They are popular to photograph

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Jay Boggess Replied to Berckmans Peter 7 months ago

I can see why!+1

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Abigail Gossage 7 months ago

Love the mood and compositions👍

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Berckmans Peter Replied to Abigail Gossage 7 months ago

As long as we can come out,we do

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