Deviant Login Shop  Join deviantART for FREE Take the Tour
×
  • Art Print
  • Canvas
  • Photo
  • Art Gifts
Download JPG 900 × 598



Details

Submitted on
January 7, 2006
Image Size
275 KB
Resolution
900×598
Link
Thumb
Embed

Stats

Views
39,577 (2 today)
Favourites
1,060 (who?)
Comments
400
Downloads
16,757

Camera Data

Make
NIKON CORPORATION
Model
NIKON D70
Shutter Speed
1/8000 second
Aperture
F/7.1
Focal Length
200 mm
ISO Speed
1600
Date Taken
Dec 31, 2005, 3:04:58 PM
×
Finding Serenity by gilad Finding Serenity by gilad
Floating in the Dead Sea water can be a very calming process.
The high density water allows your body to float endlessly, and in that huge emptyness you clear your thoughts and head.
It's a good way to find Serenity.

I've used the highest ISO possible (1600) to get this grain and high key effect. No PS.
I hope You like it.
G
Add a Comment:
 
:iconmichaelcass:
michaelcass Featured By Owner May 6, 2009
this is absolutely stunning
in terms of minimalist composition and execution this is perfect!
Reply
:iconndanish18:
ndanish18 Featured By Owner May 1, 2009
wow holy shit negative space xxxcore
Reply
:icon1424241:
1424241 Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
Added this one to my Faves. I've always wanted to float in the Dead Sea, and this photo really spoke to that dream. The lack of movement in the water is amazing... serene even. :-)
Reply
:iconkajuah:
Kajuah Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2007   Interface Designer
i thought for a minute there you found your way into my backyard...

:D
Reply
:iconl-n-e:
L-N-E Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2007
featured here! [link]
Reply
:iconorange82:
orange82 Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2007   Photographer
love it bro!!!...
Reply
:iconsekundek:
sekundek Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2007
:clap: Very good and simple. I always admire your work and I'm working hard to use all your knowledge. But as you mentioned in latest journal a lot of practice.
Reply
:iconchadhefer:
Chadhefer Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2007   Photographer
This might be a stupid question. but: Is ISO (in terms of DSLR ) the sensitivity ???
Reply
:iconredandwhite:
Redandwhite Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
yes
Reply
:icondonaldsart:
donaldsart Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2007
Less is more
Simple, yet powerfully effective
:-)
Reply
Add a Comment: