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OLYMPUS IMAGING CORP.
Model
E-M5
Shutter Speed
1/250 second
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F/10.0
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25 mm
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200
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Jan 20, 2013, 12:36:48 PM
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PH_011713_08 by IgorBekker PH_011713_08 by IgorBekker
Seattle.
Experimenting with using only 50mm-equivalent lens, no cropping...
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:iconjtheq:
Like the old fashioned feel to this shot. Have you gone on the new ferris wheel yet?
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:iconigorbekker:
It has that feel, doesn't it? No, I haven't gone on the wheel yet - on my todo list, when weather is good. Thanks for the comment!:)
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:iconjtheq:
Sure, no problem. :)
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:icontoneil:
Wow very good experimant man!
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:iconderekely:
derekely Jan 23, 2013  Hobbyist
Nice, unique black and white shot. I love the antique feel to it. Did you do any post processing to it, it feels a bit overexposed, but I think that adds to the antique look, myself. Nice work! :)
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:iconigorbekker:
Thank you!
This was a too high contrast situation for the camera to handle, so I chose to overexpose background a little, and underexpose foreground some. I think it works, especially since the background is out of focus. As far as post processing, yes - I had to do a little shadow recovery on the foreground, as a result of my exposure decision.
I am glad you like it - this is my favorite image of the series!
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:iconderekely:
derekely Jan 24, 2013  Hobbyist
Mine too! I think it has a really nice view and concept. Nice work! :)
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:iconmojomagmajo:
great shot! good composition.
i'd tried to get the railing as horizontal line ... but that may not be as easy as said
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:iconigorbekker:
Thank you! I really appreciate the critique!
I think, I personally prefer the railing on an angle - I feel it adds some dynamic to the frame. But I will follow your suggestion, and try to shoot the same scene again, to see what difference does it make.
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