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Another Reflection

Posted on Mon 16th Oct, 2006, 5:42pm

ISO: 100, Shutter speed: 1/320, Aperture: f/4,
Camera: Canon EOS 20D, Flash: None, Cropping: None,
Lens: Sigma 10-20mm F4-5.6 EX DC HSM, Focal length: 10mm,
Captured: 11th August 2006, 1:23pm,

This is a complete re-do of this shot, that I did back near the start of the blog.

I've tried to be a lot more delicate with the shadow detail and I think this is a much more peaceful, pleasing image as a result.

The building at the top left is where I work and the building at the bottom right is where Bex will be working soon, I think. I've got another shot of that building to post tomorrow.

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Jonathan, Mon 16th Oct, 2006, 5:57pm
Nicely mixed and it works quite well. Is that a reflection of you in there too? Nice work.

Sysagent, Mon 16th Oct, 2006, 10:19pm
I really like the atmosphere you have managed to get in this image Jamey it does lend a tranquil feel to the shot. I do find the motion blur of the tree on the left a little bit distracting tho as the other tree in the shot appears in focus and still.

Jamey, Mon 16th Oct, 2006, 10:37pm
At 1/320th of a second, I'd be surprised it it's motion blur. More likely to be a property of the reflection from the glass that's making it soft, I reckon. I know what you mean, though. It does seem a little out of place now you mention it. Jonathan - yeah, that probably is my reflection. I used the 10-20mm for this and it's hard to get close enough to the glass to stop the reflection being obvious.

milou, Wed 18th Oct, 2006, 12:50pm
A very successful reworking - the subtle colours are quite something.

deceptive, Thu 19th Oct, 2006, 11:06am
Love this, I like the other one as well - looks like a double exposure - very nice.

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