Have a safe Easter weekend everyone.
Fantastic control of exposure in such a dark place. I personally would have gone for a more symmetrical perspective and taken a couple of steps to the right to get a more face on look (cause I love symmetry). Vibrant colour and great detail in the shadows.
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Same here - symmetry, ie
Now you've got me interested in this place as a landmark to see when I (finally/eventually/hopefully) get
to "Melbiourne" after mid-year.
Now I was wondering why you used f/13 on such a (relatively) wide angled lens, making you then use
2.5 sec exposure time, and especially since you set it to ISO 50. Just wondering, as I don't think DOF
would have been an issue even at about f/8 or even f/5.6 with that lens in that view.
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Have a happy Easter!
Last edited by NRandall; 26-03-2016 at 1:16pm.
And so you did. Too unobservant of me.
Changes made "upstairs"
Happy Easter to you too..
Cheers Mary Anne!
Hi Nellie - I just got back from holidays and read your post - no worries at all
Last edited by NRandall; 05-04-2016 at 2:26pm.