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Cathedral towers


Cathedral towers
Copyright ©2005, Dave Hall
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Photographer: Dave Hall
Folder: Rochester
Uploaded: 02-Jan-2005 19:42 CET
Current Rating: 6.50/2
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Camera: Olympus E300
Exposure time: 1/160
Aperture: f8
Focal length: 18mm
Focusing method: iESP P-AF
ISO: 200
White balance: Daylight
Flash: no
Image format: SHQ
Processing applied: gamma correction, resixing, unsharp mask
Image resized to: 600x450

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Good start

I'm not at camera technician, but isn't the picture a) a bit overexposed, and b) difuse in the bottom part? Is it because of the length, the depth of field or what? Composition is good.

Geir Ertzgaard at 20:46 CET on 02-Jan-2005 [Reply]

cathedral towers

Is it? I don't know, looks OK to me but then it would wouldn't it? :-) It is a bit fuzzy at the bottom, need to watch my depth of field in future. Thanks for your comments, Dave

Dave Hall at 20:50 CET on 02-Jan-2005 [Reply]


The exposure seems fine on my screen, although you could make the picture darker and it wouldn't hurt. It's a matter of personal taste - some people like darker images. Personally I tend to make my outdoor photos bright, when the sun is shining.

By the way, I would have chosen a different composition - cut off a bit the main portal and focus on the two frontal towers.

Admin MyOlympus at 00:07 CEST on 09-Apr-2005 [Reply]