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Kettle House in Autumn

Kettle House in Autumn
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Kettle House in the Hope Valley Derbyshire.

Photographer: Steve Elliott
Folder: Steve Elliott
Uploaded: 31-Oct-2006 09:30 CET
Current Rating: 9.60/5
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Camera: Olympus E300
Exposure time: 1/100
Aperture: F7.1
Focal length: 22mm
Lens: 11-22mm F2.8-3.5
Focusing method: iESP
ISO: 100
White balance: Clouds
Flash: no
Image format: RAW
Processing applied: Converted to Tiff, levels, sharpened and saved for web in CS2
Various: 0.6 Graduated ND filter used.
Image resized to: 638x850

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Kettle House in Autumn

I noticed your images look very realistic lately - the graduated filter certainly adds up quite well. I have been looking at this post for almost ten minutes now - it is almost like some story set from a book - very fine landscape.

- Sergey

Sergey Green at 19:51 CET on 31-Oct-2006 [Reply]


Perfect composition Steve, a great shot. I think you should give up your day job and go full time.

Kiffin Miller at 02:26 CET on 01-Nov-2006 [Reply]


Nice place to live there, good shoot from you.
I like it very much, regards,

Mary Ane at 15:29 CET on 01-Nov-2006 [Reply]


Thanks very much for all your comments and ratings, this small farmhouse does indeed look idyllic, what you can't see on this picture is the railway line which runs smack bang at the bottom of the garden!
Cheers Steve

Steve Elliott at 18:42 CET on 01-Nov-2006 [Reply]


beautiful what else can i say

kirsty bushell at 19:54 CET on 01-Nov-2006 [Reply]

Kettle House in Autumn


Another beautful snap shot of time, I agree with all the previous comments.
I have been thinking about the 11-22mm, when I see your results the more I want it!

Kindest Regards: Peter

Peter French at 20:11 CET on 01-Nov-2006 [Reply]


Thanks Kirsty and Peter for your comments, I ummed and aahed for quite a while before choosing the 11-22 as it does seem to be an expensive piece of glass, but after owning it for a short time and seeing the quality and sharpness of the images it produces consider it to be worth every penny, to get an idea of how much you are likely to use one have a look at the images you produce with your 14-45, if you find that you use take a large percentage of shots at the short end of the zoom then there's your answer you won't regret it!!
Cheers Steve

Steve Elliott at 07:51 CET on 02-Nov-2006 [Reply]


Yes. A really good photo.

Jean-Michel Meunier at 21:33 CET on 02-Nov-2006 [Reply]


BEAUTIFUL scene Steve.... !!!. Best regards, Ricardo

Ricardo Rico at 00:34 CET on 03-Nov-2006 [Reply]


Thanks Jean-Michel and Ricardo

Steve Elliott at 02:39 CET on 07-Nov-2006 [Reply]


Lovely image. Reminds of paintings by such as Constable.

Ken Thomas at 17:14 CEST on 30-Jul-2014 [Reply]