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saltireblue Plus
11 12.0k 75 Norway
16 Jul 2020 9:22AM
Au contraire - be afraid, be very afraid.Wink
(But not of ISO)
kaybee Plus
17 7.8k 26 Scotland
16 Jul 2020 9:37AM
I took Malc's comment and ran with that for the modification.

Hopefully you will give Carsten a poke to encourage him to put up his take on the day. ............ he and his images are missed here.
16 Jul 2020 10:12AM
please, see mod 2
chase Plus
15 2.2k 566 England
16 Jul 2020 10:47AM
A screaming ISO here John, I do like Roys' hefty mod with the bleach bypass filter.
mac Plus
19 12 Scotland
16 Jul 2020 11:17AM
Was the high ISO to obtain grain in the final image? Actually, surprising little grain and fairly sharp. You do not explain why you were using this high rating.
Irishkate Plus
10 45 121 United Kingdom
16 Jul 2020 11:46AM
Scary enough with your blue tones, but even more so with Kaybee's mod - her long fingers add to the fear factor.
dales Plus
5 13 Australia
16 Jul 2020 11:48AM
Very impressive result John , excellent portrait image , we have almost the same lamp on our
back deck hereSmile
Robert51 12 7 123 United Kingdom
16 Jul 2020 12:21PM
I think it's a case she has just seen the photographer John...

Great image and the mods work really well.
5 31 1 United States
16 Jul 2020 12:52PM
I'm with mac, why the high ISO?
Daisymaye Plus
12 23 19 Canada
16 Jul 2020 2:13PM
Very scary indeed. I think I like the blues. She could be seeing the laboratory where all the bad experiments happen.
dudler Plus
17 1.6k 1867 England
16 Jul 2020 2:41PM
My fellow photographer had just said that 3,200 was too high to use... So, in the spirit of pushing things to the limit, I wound the ISO right up.

Now, this may not apply to female EPZ members, but I am sure that every male driver among us has redlined a car engine a few times for no terribly good reason. This is just the same: because I can turn it up to 11...
16 Jul 2020 3:13PM
both mods are really good. great starting image. Grin
5 31 1 United States
16 Jul 2020 4:31PM
I like your reasoning for why the High ISO. "because I can" is an answer I have given many times for many things I have done.
It appears to me that because the blue is so rich in the image, chromatic noise seems to be hidden or appears as grain.
JuBarney Plus
10 34 5 United Kingdom
16 Jul 2020 5:08PM
A smashing shot with no detrimental grain.
Not many places to wind the engine up over 100mph and the law is a bit iffy when you do!
AlfieK Plus
4 1 1 United Kingdom
16 Jul 2020 6:01PM
Toning suits the frightened look.
mistere Plus
8 6 4 England
16 Jul 2020 6:10PM
Spinal Tapping all the way to the limit...Smile
Where's Johnny when you need him? A shining example there John, all puns intended Blush

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