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One that I don't believe I have ever posted on EPZ - though I don't know why.
Not HDR by the way - single shot at f2.8 1/16s
I don't either a cracking shot top marks.Which shed was it?
Love the subject and pov.
Its as good as being there!
Agree with Alley, feels like your stood with the engines at the side of you, the details that good
Someone posted a shot like this cos I remember that "Stop Whistle" sign .... anyways I like the symmetry and subtle reflections in that oily stuff on the ground.
Fabulous image, wonderful detail captured !
Certainly like being there, good details and light and colours too.
Lovely smelly oily irony image excellent! chance you'll be doing the iron & Steam run again? let me know if you are could do with a weekend away and a couple of nights in a pub.
Could have sworn this was hdr - brilliant control of tones & excellent viewpoint.
excellent work full of interest and detail amazing work
So much detail I feel I need to wash my hands after viewing it. Excellent image.
What a brilliantly processed image..Heres one towards the coming 30 votes....JT
Like it, but some human interest would have been bettter. Cool though.
will PM Pooch and Ali.
There is a very similar image way back in my PF with some human interest as it happens
Superb shot, such detail and so much to look at.
Way better than anything I have got from this shed. Have an RC
Neat POV Mr H. All that lovely muck & steam.Very well processed with loadsa detail.
What a fabulous image. The warmth and atmosphere in this shot is excellent. I'm sure I can smell the grease and oil!
Thanks for the comments guys and to Pete for the award.
Top shot Keith, remember seeing this one plenty of time across the net, not sure about on here either, you well?
Wow, if I haven't read your description, I'd have sworn this was an HDR shot. Nice work.
How thee 'eck did ya get it sharp back to front at f2.8 ............'bout time ya did another workshop up there i recon
Lol. That's what makes it one of my faves of all time - the fact that without a calculator and with my lack of mathematical genius, I managed to work out the optimal focal point.
It was this image that Phase One chose to illustrate my work with - which was odd fir someone who constantly gets called a landscape photographer.
I've long been an admirer of this image (and the Phase One cropped version) probably my favorite Henson image of all time.
you'll always be my fave Sharapova photographer
sure I've seen this before somewhere.. rather tasty
Terrific image, very nicely done
Cracking work and well worth the EC
Fabulous image, love it.........Sandy
Congrats on the EC Keith.
Vintage steam Keith !! Ron.
Thats how viewing makes ya feel anyway
Always a pleasure to view Keithh
Cracking shot Keith. masterful technique,
beautiful exposure, with fabulous colour and bags of interest. congrats on the EC.lesley
wow excellent shot with brilliant processing. Superb for a single shot too especially at F2.8 I would have thought DOF would have been an issue but its worked a treat.
An Absolute Beauty Keith...As per usual !
Creative and good angle captured in Pic. and the subject is very resembling.
Excellent shot, Superb.
A great image, the detail in this shot is superb, i can see why you said it is not HDR in some respects.
Great work thx for sharing.
Good to see your still producing Fantastic shots Keith.
If I could do an image like this without HDR I would stop using HDR instantly super image Keith. Hope life is treating you well.
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