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Remember them (day 2)

By kilo363
I have revisited the raw files and played around a little with them in lightroom. All recropped and lights levels, contrast and sharpening


17-55mm @ 35mm
1/160 sec
iso 100

The soldier is pointing through the gap which has the following inscription inscribed on it

"Through this space a shaft of sunlight fallson the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month"


17-55mm @ 26mm
1/2000 sec
iso 100

This isn't the same shot as yesterday, but the next in sequence. It addresses some of the issues with the original


17-55mm @ 44mm
1/640 sec
iso 100

Another angle on v2

and finally v4

17-55mm @ 17mm
1/500 sec
iso 100

as requested a version of shot at dawn showing the whole statue

I will be away for the weekend, and will be slow at answering and saying thank you, but will be able to read comments on my iPhone

Tags: Photo journalism General National arboretum alrewas

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NeilWigan Plus
10 17 16 England
3 Sep 2010 12:58AM
i am no expert but i think this set is better than yesterdays. From begining to end the order sits better,the poignancy of shot at dawn seems more complete. thank you Neil and family.
Philo 10 99 83 England
3 Sep 2010 7:24AM
First of all please ignore my first mod as it is the one I did yesterday. Oops!
Indeed another good set of images all well exposed. On V3 I would have liked a little more space on the right to place the column closer to a third. V2 just needs a touch of straightening to remove lens distortion which I have attempted in my mod. V4 is a great alternative to yesterday's version and I really can't fault it.
Great work once again.
kilo363 11 3 Scotland
3 Sep 2010 7:41AM
Thanks Phil, I was aware of the distortion, but don't have the knowledge to correct it. In v3 I would also have liked more space, but it wasn't there Smile I cropped it asbest s I could to give as much space as I could, but I accept and understand your point.

Thank you for comments on v4

It was a series of shots taken while wandering around waiting for people to arrive. I wish I had had more time and my 10-24 lens with me
Philo 10 99 83 England
3 Sep 2010 7:47AM
Ah yes, I think we have all been somewhere at some point with the wrong lens. Very frustrating!

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