I don't know if it is some kind of joke, but I think it's a boat too, paper boat. The smallest one length is only 6 mm long.
Taken using Nokia Lumia 620, Nokia Camera and color corrected by Photoshop Express.
If this is considered a boat... :winktongue: Photo just oven baked fresh from yesterday evening.
The oldest ferry services in Penang, Malaysia established since 1920 and considered one of the famous attractive here.
Shot with Lumia 1520 and touch up with Lumia Creative Studio.
taken using a lumia 925 earlier this year. No flash, extremely low light.
edits : can't remember any more. Too many to count anyway. I'm a fan of going overboard with edits har har har.
editors used on this pic that I can remember : Nokia Creative Studio, Fantasia, 4Blend, Photoshop, Lightroom.
taken by a lumia 925 earlier this year. no flash, early morning, extremely low light.
I have a 1520 now though.
edits : over 9000!!! Just kidding, probably over 20 ...which is still a ridiculous number.
I can remember Nokia Creative Studio, Fantasia, 4Blend, Photoshop, Lightroom.
Was really capturing the sunset behind the weather front that moved through and the enormity of the water/horizon. Included the boats for effect. Last night of an off-the-grid fly in fishing trip in northwest Ontario this summer - one of the best times of my life. Almost submitted a pic of the float plane for fun...
No filterin'/processin'/nothin' (slight color blindness - the sky IS a different color in my world (not really, but trying to make manual adjustments would certainly make it so)),
Nokia Camera app.
Me and my friends went to a weekend camping in Nagsasa Cove in Pundaquit, San Antonio, Zambales. Its a 4 hour bus ride from Manila and a rough 1 hour boat ride from Pundaquit village to the cove. Nagsasa is pristine and beautiful, if youre lucky, You can even see the Milkyway galaxy at night. Don't forget to disturb the thousands of glowing planktons! This photo was taken with my Lumia 1520 before the boat ride back to Pundaquit and then travel back home to Manila. I used Photoshop for the levels adjustment and the Lumia Creative Studio for minimun vibrance and sharpness adjustments.