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Another Falkirk Wheel

By p3asa
This was the first weekend I managed to get out and use the 40D.

Canon 40D
Handheld
ISO 200
17-40 F4 L @ 20mm
1/2000
F6.3

This is more or less straight from the camera. Imported into CS and cloned out a swan that I felt was quite distracting and saved as a JPG.

I thought the colours were really bright and vivid.

Tags: Canon Transport Architecture 40d Landscape and travel Falkirk wheel

Voters: John Giddings, AidanT, neonknight and 21 more


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AidanT 15 49 United Kingdom
15 Nov 2007 7:21PM
Sharp photo with great clarity, love the colour of the sky
neonknight 17 1 United Kingdom
15 Nov 2007 7:29PM
Great shot really clear and sharp nice one,John
ric_1067 16 6 Wales
15 Nov 2007 7:55PM
wonderful image. excellent sky.
One question if i may - what setting do you use in raw ? I was told the faithfull is best but i dont have them coming out like this. Time to experiment more i think
Well done
TonyFrith 15 3 6 United Kingdom
15 Nov 2007 8:00PM
good composition & colours, looking at it in large it would have been better to have taken this at iso 100 1/250 sec & f32 the background would have been a lot sharper & you would have been able to hand hold it even at 100mm
Hope you don't mind my suggestion
Tony
Hanners 16 875 10 Ireland
15 Nov 2007 8:11PM
very crisp, great shot Smile
15 Nov 2007 8:24PM
Superb picture of some great engineering.
Dave
TyChee 17 275 1 United States
16 Nov 2007 12:40AM
Awesome composition and structure!
Ty
p3asa 16 676 Scotland
16 Nov 2007 7:40PM
Thanks for all the comments. I've never had so many.

Ric the camera is just set to its factory default. I've changed nothing. Personally I think it was just the light on the day that produced those colours.

Tony, I'm far from minding, I appreciate your comments along with others. I spend far too much time (according to my wife) on EPZ and I think I roughly know what I am doing in photography. Then when I have the camera in my hand it all goes out the window and I forget everything! So comments like yours are appreciated.

Cheers

Steven.
vparmar 17 7 United Kingdom
13 Jan 2008 11:07AM
wonderful shot - well composed and pin sharp image

vinny
Lexical 15 United Kingdom
2 Aug 2008 10:37PM
Great Shot
Phil

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