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Log Cabin (semi repost)

By bengsays  
This is a historic barn on campus. I took it in b/w and through trees as you can see. I have a earlier picture with a tree like this but overlooking the lake so I thought I would try it again and get a subject in there. The tree is in focus and not the cabin. I would appreciate comments as I will be out again soon to try more pictures.

Tags: Black and white

Voters: randomrubble, tommy_w, karenpics and 2 more


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randomrubble 11 3.0k 12 United Kingdom
27 Jan 2005 3:25PM
its a good idea, the hazyness enhances the feeling of cold. I think it would help if the cabin was more out of focus.

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tommy_w 11 21 United Kingdom
27 Jan 2005 3:30PM
nice perspective, i like the texture shown on the trunks in the foreground, good capture.
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karenpics 11 2
27 Jan 2005 3:45PM
A good shot click
Karen
glazzaro 11 70 23 United States
27 Jan 2005 4:46PM
I agree with tommy, this is a noce perspective. Black and white was the right choice to go here! Spot On! CLick!!!

Greg
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12 17.6k 3 Canada
27 Jan 2005 6:03PM
I agree, the composition is interesting, and maybe a little wider aperture would throw the cabin a little more out of focus. Well done though.
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12 17.6k 3 Canada
28 Jan 2005 9:40AM
If your camera allows manual control, it should have a setting labelled "A" or "AP" meaning aperture priority, which allows you to set the aperture. The smaller the number, eg. f2.8, the wider the aperture opening, which gives the shallower depth of focus, meaning the least amount of forground and background in focus compared to what you are actually focusing on. For example, when you see a close-up of a flower with the background blurred out, that is called shallow depth of field (DOF). It is not easy to achieve with most compact cameras. Hope this helps.
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12 17.6k 3 Canada
28 Jan 2005 9:46AM
31 Jan 2005 11:06AM
Thanks for ur comment.Looking at ur portfolio-u have a future career in photgraphy,This is my fave and suits B/W

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