Hi All, i have a job for floorink.com and we have done all the art work, we are missing an image of calm sea, all the things under the water we have shot and done. All we need is a shot of water from above that we can change the opacity.
Please see our artwork of what we are trying to achieve. We will pay for the image but we also will be able to add you to the new floorink gallery as a case study.

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I sent a message

Hi, Thanks for coming back to me on this.

What we are looking for is a shot taken looking strait down at the sea/waves..

I don't think the link you sent me will work.

Thanks for your help so far.


Hi Kristian... i have something like this and maybe a couple of similar things more : http://www.flickr.com/photos/unefoto/294588642/in/set-7215762049531...

Let me know if you're interested.



Perfect altitude! Do you have one further in to the sea? It's just the kind of thing we are looking for.

Sorry, I may have a couple more on a disk somewhere but in all we see the shore... let me know if you want to see a couple of others, maybe different reflections and different colours...

Thanks Colin, What did you shoot this with and what resolution is it?

I Andrea, Did you get my message?

The one you saw is quite old, i think it was with a 20D... i may have something similar shot with a 5DmkII... About the GSD on those pictures i have no idea since they are not aerial but taken from a cliff...

Oh Canon 5Dmk11, that would be great if it was shot of that. Any chance of popping one over to us so I can get our Art Dept to do a check?

The sea image I posted had to be step and repeated so it won't work for this floor. I'm suggesting if anyone shoots the sea to get a series of shots around the same area and our art department can stitch them together, this will take away any repeat of image.


Anyone had any joy with the sea image shot direct down?

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