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The Countryside

The Countryside
Copyright ©2007, Bob Doucette
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Photographer: Bob Doucette
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Uploaded: 05-Apr-2007 19:26 CEST
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Camera: Olympus E300
Exposure time: 1/6
Aperture: F4
Focal length: 14mm
Lens: 14-54mm
Focusing method: Spot
ISO: 200
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Flash: no
Image format: SHQ
Processing applied: Cropped resized and make black and white w/Photoshop
Image resized to: 569x800

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Needs a little fixing isn't it...;-))

Nice shot works well in B&W.


Fonzy - at 20:21 CEST on 05-Apr-2007 [Reply]

The Countryside

I love this stuff! This old house is worthy of a whole series. And if the colors of the building and its surroundings are similar to that in 'Countryside 2' then this may be worth checking that out in living color. The house looks like it would be worth photographing from so many angles. Did you have a tripod? Another f-stop or two would have helped.

Once again the roof got washed out, and even though you know there's a whole lot of texture in that old lumber it seems a bit soft. At that low a shutter speed, even with a 28mm lens, you're going to lose a bit of detail that you would have gotten using a tripod.


Leon Plympton at 23:37 CEST on 05-Apr-2007 [Reply]


I was on my way back from the races to a hotel and it was an impulse to pull over. I didn't have much light left and it was beginnning to rain. This one was taken from inside thr car though an open window. In the color version the washed out roof looks worse than this...........


Bob Doucette at 23:46 CEST on 05-Apr-2007 [Reply]


perfect tonal range on the a house...and a motive is great

karmen orlić gr?etić at 18:46 CEST on 06-Apr-2007 [Reply]