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Boat Hut

June 30th, 2010

I took this photo at the edge of Lake Obersee in South Germany. At the opposite end is Germany's highest waterfall, so I was a bit surprised about the stillness of the water. Unfortunately I didn't have a decent camera with me, but the 5 megapixel camera on my Nokia E72 did a decent enough job!

Nokia E72.

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architecture » germany » lake obersee » lakes » mountains » nokia e72 » photography » reflections » water »

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Comments from the Community

Posted By: zombie
about 8 years ago
Great photo! I would love to see the waterfall too, looks like an incredibly beautiful place.
Posted By: Greybrad
about 8 years ago
I agree, a great photo, with water that actually looks like water and not a white HDR mess.
This comment is rated: insightful
Posted By: solardog
about 8 years ago
Im not sure Id use this as a wall, but what a cool little spot. I love this.
Posted By: bizlur
about 8 years ago
You took this with your phone?!?! That in itself is amazing.
Posted By: Selenium
about 8 years ago
^^^Agreed. I have a 7.1 megapixel point-and-shoot and would never dream of taking such a nice photo with it.
Posted By: Chris Gin
about 8 years ago
Must be the first photo on IFL taken on a phone :)

How did this get past the 2560x1600 minimum requirement though? Was it submitted ages ago?
Posted By: brizkit
about 8 years ago
This is the most convincing phone advertisement I've ever seen. Nokia E72, you say?

:-)
Posted By: bussela
about 8 years ago
Thanks for sharing this picture. Berchtesgadener Land has a fantastic scenery. In the background you can see the Fischunkelalm, where you get germany's best buttermilk.
Posted By: fanfulla
about 8 years ago
Cool but there is a low contrast in the mountain at dx corner ;-)
Posted By: f-auzi
about 8 years ago
For a camphone, its a great picture. I wish my 5800 XM can do the same...
Posted By: BGnATC
about 8 years ago
Wow, very nice for a cellphone!
Posted By: Gabriel Nitu
about 8 years ago
Very nice for a phone, a bit washed out for my taste, but it looks a lot better after a quick run through LR. I took the liberty of processing it a bit, hope it's ok, if it's not, let me know and I'll remove it. Thanks and good job !

http://i12.photobucket.com/albums/a201/tomkaten/02287_boathut_1680x1050.jpg
Posted By: SplitCold
about 8 years ago
Nice picture. @Gabriel Nitu, that image looks great, you can see the colors! IFL should update the pic.
Posted By: MrPacMan36
about 8 years ago
I agree with SplitCold
Posted By: Chris Gin
about 8 years ago
That is a great edit Gabriel!
Posted By: nansaidh
about 8 years ago
Beautiful photo and amazing that it's from a cell phone! I love the waterfall on the right!
Posted By: bassmandan
about 8 years ago
Thanks for the comments guys! I really wasn't expecting this photo to make the cut!

@Chris Gin, the res of the original photo believe it or not, is 2592 × 1944. The E72 has a 5.0mp camera.

@Gabriel Nitu, thanks for the processing, I was trying to do a similar thing myself but don't really have the patience or knowledge to get it right. I agree it makes a big difference!

Anyone know how I get IFL to update the pic?
Posted By: dicklesby
about 8 years ago
great picture! And great edit Gabriel Nitu. Gabriel Nitu is there any chance you could upload your edit at 1920x1200 ??
Posted By: Treehugger
about 8 years ago
Great pic. Goes to show that there's more to it than the quality of the camera :)
Posted By: Gabriel Nitu
about 8 years ago
I've just sent the picture author the highest resolution photo from here, post processed. He can reupload it if he wants to. It's only fair, since it's his photo after all. :)
Posted By: D5K
about 8 years ago
Nice picture!
@Gabriel Nitu, can you explain what you did? I'm new to photoshop and I like what you did to this picture.
Posted By: Gabriel Nitu
about 8 years ago
@D5K: It's really no big deal, just a bit of fiddling with the "Develop" mode in Adobe Lightroom, doesn't even require any advanced editing knowledge. Anyone can do it, really.
Posted By: D5K
about 8 years ago
@Gabriel Nitu: Thanks
Posted By: sabern
about 7 years, 11 months ago
Edit:
http://funkyimg.com/u2/430/908/02287_boathut_1680x1050-Edit.jpg
Posted By: sabern
about 7 years, 11 months ago
Edit 2:
http://funkyimg.com/u2/853/291/02287_boathut_1680x1050-Edit2.jpg
Posted By: Anak
about 7 years, 11 months ago
I prefer to keep the "washed out" mood of the original in processing.

http://img62.imageshack.us/img62/480/02287boathut1920x12002.jpg

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