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Bicycle

Bicycle
Copyright ©2008, Hans Gerlich
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Photographer: Hans Gerlich
Folder: H Gerlich
Uploaded: 21-Oct-2008 22:18 CEST
Current Rating: 7.00/1
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Camera: Olympus E3
Exposure time: 1/15 sec
Aperture: F 16
Focal length: 84 mm
Lens: 12-60 SWD
Focusing method:
ISO: 320
White balance: Auto
Flash: no
Image format: RAW
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Image resized to: 565x750

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Great photo

Hans
First of all I am new to this site and relatively new to SLR photography.
I love the photo of the mushrooms. They are crisp and clear, the colors pop out. For the past month I have been walking in my woods trying to find something like this to photograph. You have captured what my mindís eye has been looking for!
I do find the blurred rider very distracting. Every time I view this photo my eyes are being drawn away from the mushrooms to the blurred rider. Other than that it would be one of my favorite pictures.

Allen Barth at 17:51 CEST on 25-Oct-2008 [Reply]

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Hi Allen

Thanks for your lovely words about my photo. Itís for me a little bit unusual to read such long comment about a photo, but I like it very well! My English is not so best, sorry.
Try it, Hans ;-)
I stayed a few days not at home, so sorry you have to wait some days for this reaction.
If I take the picture I donít saw the biker. Really, itís happened pure accidental!
If I stay at home behind me pc I saw the biker and IĎam thinking donít worry and called the picture ďbicycleĒ. Thatís the way Iíam walking. Without the biker I had only some stupid mushrooms. Next time may be I use a clip against the grass.

Photography with aan Olympus SLR camera is my great hobby and you are a new member of this community. Welcome and very nice to meet you here, I hoop to see a lot of photoís from Allen. And comments ;-)

Cheers

Hans Gerlich at 23:41 CET on 28-Oct-2008 [Reply]