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By digicammad  
Patterns at the Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway. I have always liked the shapes formed by rails and narrow gauge railways can be just as good as standard gauge.

Converted to b&w using channel mixer.

Hope you like it, thanks for looking. All feedback welcome.

Ian

Tags: Transport Black and white Digitally manipulated

Voters: CherryMartin, RobboB, riprap007 and 22 more


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Comments


28 Jun 2009 4:16PM
larger depth of field would have given better emphasis on the title.you should have increased F number.

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riprap007 13 1.6k 37 England
28 Jun 2009 4:17PM
good point by somnath (if you pardon the pun)
digicammad 14 22.0k 39 United Kingdom
28 Jun 2009 5:36PM
Thanks folks. I actually chose F6.7 deliberately for this as I wanted a restricted depth of field, with just the middle in sharp focus, but thanks for the feedback.

Ian
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13 47 13 United States
28 Jun 2009 5:39PM
I like your point of focus-- Good Eyes!

Jennnnnnn
HectorRivera 10 17 1 United States
28 Jun 2009 8:44PM
Excellent DOF great lines
digicammad 14 22.0k 39 United Kingdom
28 Jun 2009 10:13PM
Thanks Jen and Hector
DOGSBODY 9 1.4k 30 England
7 Jul 2009 11:37AM
I can understand why you wanted to restrict the depth of field but in this particular image I would have preferred to see it sharp throughout I love the shapes in the part of the track that you have selected and the excellent lead in lines. I would be tempted to crop the image just below that box-like structure top right as I feel that the image would be even stronger. Andy
digicammad 14 22.0k 39 United Kingdom
29 Jul 2009 10:27AM
Thanks. I think you are right about the crop. The depth of field is a personal thing, I just think the image is stronger with an obvious focus point.

Ian

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