I wouldn’t say this is a simple iceberg, but there is something about this image that feels simple. It wasn’t my first pick on reviewing my images after this trip, but it has grown on me a lot. I think there is a story to tell here, for anyone who can read an iceberg (holes, lines, etc.). This was taken in 2019 in Disko Bay, so I wonder if it is just water now - integrated into the Atlantic.
I’ve decided I really like ice, so I’m excited to see what everyone shares for this challenge. I actually have a LOT of ice images, but don’t worry, I won’t post them all.
I have two crops of this. One is the original aspect ratio (or close) which gives a bit more sky and water. I wasn’t sure if that added to the image, so I tried this crop. Do you like the wider look, or do you think it would be better in the original format?
Is this a composite: No
Sony a7, ISO 100, 1/250, f6.3 85mm
Manually set the white balance and added a very small amount of contrast, a tiny little bit of saturation, and a fairly heavy levels adjustment. Slight vignette. It was a very flat image, late in the evening with the clouds having rolled in. I saw that the camera picked up some color in the sky, so I tried to bring that out.