Autumn in Kings Moss

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    • #420714
      Gerald Murphy
      Participant

      An Autumn Landscape

    • #420721
      Petr Nowak
      Participant

      I can’t see any image…

      • #420725
        Gerald Murphy
        Participant

        Thanks for looking. Sorry about that. I have tried again uploading directly as the Flickr upload just provided an icon.

    • #420724
      Gerald Murphy
      Participant

      This is the image that I tried to upload via Flickr
      The Flickr upload only seems to have posted an icon so this is a retry.

    • #420740
      Dahlia Ambrose
      Keymaster

      Hi Gerald, the image looks quite hazy and not sharp. Would you mind sharing the exif details please? Thank you 🙂

    • #420745
      Gerald Murphy
      Participant

      Hi,

      Thanks for your reply, Dahlia. The photograph was taken on a misty morning but, looking at it again, you are right. It isn’t quite sharp to an extent that I have to admit wouldn’t have been down to being handheld. I’m wondering if I forgot to press the AF button.

      The summary Exif details are as follows:

      Camera: Pentax K-1, Lens HD Pentax D FA 24-105 mm,  f/3.5-5.6

      5.9 MB, size 7360 by 4912

      1/60 secs, f/11, 105 mm, ISO 100

      Regards,

      Gerald

       

    • #420752
      Petr Nowak
      Participant

      Hi Gerald,

      yes, the image doesn’t look sharp. If I pass over sharpness I like the subtle soft colors, the feel of depth caused by changing of sheaf (or whatisit) size and changing of background trees tonality. I’d try to raise position of camera to shoot from high and emphasize perspective effect.

      Try to position camera so the sheafs formed some interesting pattern.

      I’m not sure concerning green color in foreground. The color is very interesting but pull my eyes somehow. Try to experiment with color correction.

      First sharpness of course…

    • #420815
      Gerald Murphy
      Participant

      Thank you, Petr. I see what you mean. Spomething I need to think about next time I try a scene like this.

      Regards,

      Gerald

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