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Throop Mill again

By born2bongo
Another attempt, hopefully taking on board some of the comments from the last upload of the mill.

ISO 100
55mm
1/50 at f/16
-2/3 EV (by accident -doh!)
Cropping and adjustments in Lightroom

Tags: Architecture Landscape and travel

Voters: PeelNStick, LisaRose, cjl47 and 14 more


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Comments


PeelNStick 12 4 United States
8 Jun 2009 5:12AM
Nice reflection.

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LisaRose 9 172 4 United States
8 Jun 2009 5:56AM
I like the way you have composed this. The grass in the foreground helps to balance the image. I think this would benefit from being a bit sharper.

Lisa
cjl47 8 4 3 England
8 Jun 2009 7:13AM
A good capture,
chris
born2bongo 7 35 England
8 Jun 2009 7:37AM
Thanks for the feedback. I don't understand where I'm going wrong with sharpness. I totally agree with you but the picture is actually pin-sharp until I make it small enough to be uploaded.

This also happened when I uploaded the Euphorbias, which I particularly like when I view the picture at home, but again, doesn't work when it's uploaded.

I'm using Photoshop to reduce the image size. Are there any settings I should use when I reduce it?
8 Jun 2009 9:32AM
Super reflection shot.
Dave
EAS 7 1 13 Scotland
9 Jun 2009 7:19PM
Love those dappled shadows made by the trees on the further away building and of course the wonderful refelctions on the water. A very nicely composed image. I too use Photoshop to reduce the size, so have no idea what's happening to your image size reduction, sorry.
10 Jun 2009 9:53AM
brilliant reflection shot
harrattp 9 11 4 England
10 Jun 2009 7:10PM
A very pleasing image.

Paul
cassiecat 8 39 46 England
10 Jun 2009 9:39PM
if you have bicubic shapen option in the drop down box when resizing it may help, or if not try resizing and then sharpen your image.hope this helps. like the comp and reflection.lesley
Anjantoo 8 7 1 England
10 Jun 2009 10:02PM
Love the reflection and the way the water is framed by the grass and foliage.
Anjantoo
xxx
pamelajean Plus
10 958 1818 United Kingdom
23 Jun 2009 5:23PM
Please excuse me if you already have the answer. Sharpen after resizing for the site because your image will inevitably lose sharpness when made smaller.
SteveNZ 7 4 5 United Kingdom
12 May 2010 1:14PM
Beautiful!
Good work.

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