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The Tugboat. © 2009 - 2018Michael Bowman



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Picture Information:
Picture Title: The Tugboat.
Location: Redondo beach Harbor
Photographer: Michael Bowman
Submission Date: 5/9/2010 6:54:27 PM
Comments: this picture was taken at Redondo Beach Harbor in 2009 in April, a storm had just passed through, and the winds. I was told that the winds were blowing up to 50 miles an hour, which made it a little difficult to hold my camera steady. Even with a tripod.
Gallery Category: Oceanscapes
Technical Information:    
Shooting Location: Redondo beach Harbor
Camera: Nikon d-80
Lens: 70-300
F Stop: f/18
Film Format: Digital
Film Type: raw
ISO: 160
Shutter Speed: 1/200
Capture Method: Digital Camera
Digital Resolution & Mode: raw
Photographer Information:
Name: Michael Bowman
Location: Torrance, CA
About: I have been doing digital photography since August 2008 with the Nikon d-80 and a D-700 , I hope to improve with the help of the club members, I am still learning this and Photoshop,I like to do twilight and night photography and to experiment in the whole gamut of photography, my background is grounded in painting and art so my photography reflects how I see light and art, thank you, I hope you enjoy my artwork.
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