Tour operators at a Queensland national park fear it will not be long until someone is killed or seriously injured in the quest for the perfect social media photo.
"xxxxxx" people as I wrote!Several thousands are injured or even die each year for social media: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_selfie-related_injuries_and_deaths
The system is designed from the ground up so that the basis users wants to imitate the "influencers", effectively setting him or herself up for a binding contract to work for free.
I’m extrapolating, Jerome, as usual.The article speaks about cliffs. Generally speaking, I usually comply with reasonable demands of not foolishly risking my life. Now you ask a quite different question.
I’m extrapolating, Jerome, as usual.
The difference between stepping near a cliff and stepping over a legal barrier might only be the level of risk a person is willing to take.
This is a rather simple capture, the waves look like white foam when examined close. I could probably find some details using the raw file, but waves normally look white to the human eye, so I am not sure highlight recovery would improve things.
I am not a great fan of the milky look. It can have its uses, but often simply look unnatural to my eyes. It also requires a tripod, which is not something I carry often with me.
This would be an ideal file to test out Topaz Gigapixel AI? What do you think?
Did you get adjacent shots? Is it as impressive to the left?
I don't have that software. Besides the file already has enough resolution for my needs.
This is the coast south west of Portugal near Vila do Bispo. To the left it looks like this:
See message #13 above...
These two won't work, as I zoomed out...
Yours makes sense, this time! I fact I like it a lot!
......But do t make a habit of it!
We can’t fiddle with this much with Mother Nature! It might catch on and then people would disappear from our pictures, LOL!