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Old 3rd May 2010
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In Life and in Death

After the roaring success of my last graveyard image.



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Re: In Life and in Death

Nick

It's a nice photo but nothing jumps out at me.

It might be my monitor but it looks a bit warm to me.Perhaps the red channel needs to come down a bit and the contrast up a bit.

Almost sounds like I know what I'm talking about.

Is this a tone mapped picture?I'm guessing it is due to the truncated Exif.

I agree it's nice to get comments on any picture.

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Re: In Life and in Death

Thanks Andy

What appealed to me was the ersatz bluebells sheltering under the gravestone. The general spring lushness compared to the setting.

But this graveyard has always been a problem for me, it never quite works in pictures.

Yes these were shot as multiple exposures, just trying to get the various settings to work on the E-PL1, it's a funny little beast compared to the E-3.

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Re: In Life and in Death

Hi Nick

It looks a nice quiet setting for experimenting on any camera, I do agree with Andy in as much as the image looks a little bright to me with little depth I can only assume that the contrast does indeed need a tweek.
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