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Late night sunset
Saint Petersburg. Foto by Alexander Petrosyan .
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the water looks like it was sketched onto the photo
Words to live by
When you turn the photo saturation to 11...
for $1000 I will make a photoshop that can go to 12.
Is this a legit photo? Looks shopped
Yeah they just orangeified everything except the ship.
What you need is a fatty-boom-batty blunt! And I guarantee you'll be seeing a sailboat, an ocean, and maybe even some of those big-tittied mermaids doing some of that lesbian shit.
A schooner IS a sailboat, stupidhead!
I have only once in my 30 years of life seen a sunset that looked like this. I was on an island off the coast of Venezuela in 2008 and there was a fast summer shower that came through, real hot rain, big drops. When it was over the sun was setting over the ocean like this and because the air was so humid and saturated with water, the color of the light really did permeate onto everything just like in this photo. I can't speak for this specific image, but I can attest to the brilliance of a sunset like this occurring in real life!
The difference is you would have seen a white boat with varying portions of color and shadow cast over it on that evening. You wouldn't have seen a universally gleaming white boat as if it were sailing at high noon on a completely overcast day.
Almost every photo you have ever seen has been processed in some way (unless you shoot raw). It's a legit photo, as in this place exists and photographed by a camera. Unedited/unprocessed photos generally don't look good.
This specific image would have been quite beautiful in it's raw form. It would also have the emotional resonance as connected to some nice evening you spent in the great outdoors...rather than yet another generic night you spent watching say an average Japanese cartoon.
Probably not. RAW sensor data generally looks very poor. Yes it might have looked okay after just processing for jpeg, but then it's not "real". Raw is typically only used by photographers and edited later. Every image that gets turned into jpeg is processed. That makes it no less real.
Imagine film cameras. The only "real" image is the negative (this is similar to RAW). The second you use that negative to expose film paper you are no longer looking at a "real" image, because of all the factors the developer can change while exposing. You phone does somethin similar on every image it takes unless you have specifically told it to shoot only RAW. But then you would have to process each image before sending it to anyone, using facebook/instagram, etc.
The point is that processing or editing an imagine is done to 99.9999% of the images you have ever looked at, and it makes them no less real. I'm not saying poorly edited images don't exists, just that they are as real as any other photograph.
That's completely a matter of opinion. Personally I would prefer an image where the land was not as dark and the skies, waters, and boat were not as bright. You might consider that a boring and lifeless image. But it would remind me more of actually visiting this place and sitting on that hill for an hour than the orange atrocity of Japanese cartoon or crayon drawing that we ended up with. Some people might pour themselves a glass of orange juice in the morning and add water. Others might add sugar.
I'm not commenting on how I think the picture looks, just that almost every photo you have ever seen has been processed in some way. It doesn't make it any less real, it's just a reality of taking a picture.
A raw image is going to do a terrible job of portraying how you saw it in real life as well. It's raw sensor data, not what your eyes are seeing. Raw images in photography are a technical term. Your cell phone processes every single photo you take, modifying exposure, colors, contrast, white balance. Does that mean every photo you take isn't real?
The floor is lava.
Filtered Orange Sunset
Ooft there must be like 60 layers for that boat to be white, but the land to be the fire nation
umm actually that's what we call photoshop
Red sky at night, saylor delight. Red sky in morning saylor take warning. My grandfather told me that, I donno how true it is.
In my experience the former is mostly true. Can’t comment on the latter since I don’t usually wake up early enough to see sunrises. When I did, I was stationed in Seattle where it’s mostly gray.
Greece is stunning
What a great shot. Wow, just wow.
Okay fine, take my upvote
That's so stupid I hate that place.
I wonder where they are going when the sun is setting?
looks more amazing with NightShift on.
Great example of sailing off into the sunset.
Sunsets and sunrises are some of my favorite images. Pure beauty.
Great content for this sub.
I can appreciate this as only a person who lived through the 1970's could.