San Giorgio Boat Harbor in Sepia

On a Venetian morning socked in with fog, my friend Mauro and I took the vaporetto across to the island of San Giorgio. The normally inspiring view from the top of the San Giorgio campanile was a blank white wall. But the boats in the nearby harbor were moving slightly, putting me in mind of sepia Dutch nautical drawings.

Tall Ships © Harold Davis

Tall Ships © Harold Davis

Exposure data: Nikon D810, 105mm, +4 ND filter, circular polarizer, 2/5 of a second at f/36 and ISO 31, handheld with a slight intentional up-and-down motion; processed in ACR and Photoshop, using the Simplify, Glow, and Impressions plug-ins from Topaz Labs.

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  1. By Best of 2015: Backwards and Forwards on December 28, 2015 at 7:43 pm

    […] On a Venetian morning socked in with fog, my friend Mauro and I took the vaporetto across to the island of San Giorgio. The normally inspiring view from the top of the San Giorgio campanile was a blank white wall. But the boats in the nearby harbor were moving slightly, putting me in mind of sepia Dutch nautical drawings. Read more. […]

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