the s.s. perception

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UploadedDecember 10, 2009
TakenJuly 3, 2008
MakeCanon
ModelCanon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT
Exposure1/2000 sec at f/4.5
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length17 mm
ISO200
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Kreddible Trout Photography’s employee of the year, William Foley has won third place!!! in Digital Camera Magazine’s Photographer of the Year 2009 Destination Everywhere Category! with his shot The S.S. Perception. This year’s competition attracted more than 100,000 images by photographers from 126 countries around the world. There are 30 finalists.

Mr. Foley was surprised to have made the shortlist last month and is still on the floor giggling after getting the news this morning. He looks like we might need to call for some medical assistance. As we here at Kreddible Trout Photographic Industries try to keep things as professional as possible around the office, we’ve sent the rest of the staff home as the display of shock has become mildly embarrassing.

When asked what he was going to do with the 100 GBP winning he shrieked something about jube-jubes and a tiara, then continued to roll around on the floor.

The professional team here at KTP, under the advisement of out PR and Legal departments would like to extend bounteous thanks to Photo Radar and are truly honored by this placement.

Thank you.

8 responses

  • Emma Trottier

    Emma Trottier (Deleted) gave props (11 Dec 2009):

    amazing shot! i love it!

  • Kevin Kabuki

    Kevin Kabuki gave props (11 Dec 2009):

    cool shot. I love how you edited out the Killer Whale pod, and the helicopter fire. Both of those things merely detracted from what is a stond alone image of tranquility and isolationistic perspective. Bully! Good show!

  • Kreddible Trout

    Kreddible Trout said (11 Dec 2009):

    thanks folks!

    @Kevin, yeah, i feel bad using so much photoshopping on the shot, but you understand why. the rather large, airbrushed unicorn looking out to sea on the land mass on the left was the bit that was the hardest emotionally for me to remove. it was so symbolic. I'm glad you agree that I made the right choice.

  • Steven Brooks

    Steven Brooks (Deleted) gave props (15 Dec 2009):

    Crazy good!

  • Jim Robertson

    Jim Robertson gave props (19 Jan 2010):

    Congrats to Mr Foley! Excellent!

  • Kreddible Trout

    Kreddible Trout said (19 Jan 2010):

    thanks folks!

  • Joseph Rotindo

    Joseph Rotindo said (17 Apr 2010):

    excellent work, Mr. Trout! unicorns and killer whale pods notwithstanding, that is.

  • Roxana Brivent-Barnes

    Roxana Brivent-Barnes   said (26 Sep 2010):

    Superb, and dramatic!

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