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Untitled #11

Posted on Sat 24th Jun, 2006, 6:32pm

ISO: 100, Shutter speed: 1/1600, Aperture: f/2.8,
Camera: Canon EOS 20D, Flash: None, Cropping: Minor,
Lens: Canon EF 35mm f/1.4L, Focal length: 20mm,
Captured: 3rd June 2006, 3:24pm,

While I'm pretty happy with this shot, I do sometimes wish I could process photos like this without making them look sinister. But I guess I should be happy that at least I'm starting to get some consistent feeling across my pictures.

I think I'm finally nearing the end of the Whitby shots that I planned to use. I've probably got another two or three and then I'll move on, promise :)

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Jamey, Sat 24th Jun, 2006, 6:39pm
Actually I'll rephrase that, what I mean is that I wish I could bring out the detail I want to in processing without making the shots look sinister. That's a better description.

Dan, Sat 24th Jun, 2006, 6:41pm
Lovely, it has everything, forground interest, background. Comp is good. Pld

Jon, Sat 24th Jun, 2006, 9:06pm
Nothing wrong with it looking sinister, that is where Dracula came ashore afterall! Nice shot Jamey.

Sysagent, Sun 25th Jun, 2006, 9:39am
Nice foreground detail in this Jamey, but the sky just looks a bit too processed for my liking and makes the whole thing look a little bit too unreal.

milou, Sun 25th Jun, 2006, 11:08am
Blocking out the sky gives a landscape that might be moorland, foreshore or moonscape or a macro shot of lichen and I like the ambiguity of that. Makes the viewer feel less certain of what they're viewing. As a whole, I don't think the sky's "over-cooked". There's still good depth of field even for f/2.8 which I guess is due to the quality of that fab lens.

Kris, Sun 25th Jun, 2006, 12:30pm
Love the wide angle and the color tones! Very nice shot!

JD, Sun 25th Jun, 2006, 10:23pm
great subject and love the details, I kinda like the eery look of this, quite fitting

Bex, Mon 26th Jun, 2006, 1:29pm
Nice one, although I feel a bit Whitby-ed out now! Let's see some bright lights and a bit of craziness. Still, you're v. talented. Did everyone see J's recent entry in Time Out? David Bailey'll be quaking in his boots! xxxxxxxxxxx

Jamey, Mon 26th Jun, 2006, 2:17pm
I've got a couple more Whitby ones then it's back to Shepherds Bush, promise.

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