Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Photopop 7.0 ~ When Amateurs Attack


An interesting photo taken in broad daylight by an amateur photographer experimenting with the f-stop/ISO stuff. Granted it was taken during the approach of a nasty tropical storm in the carribean. There was more light than this but because of the high ISO there is too much grain to lighten any of the shadows. I really like it as is though. The storm had us locked in for a few days and really was ferocious.

I imagined sitting alone in that chair next to that huge tree once the storm began.

blog publisher advisory Monitor calibration is rather critical on this one.

FEATURED COMMENT:Mary Dennis wrote, This is a tough one photopop. However, as I viewed it late last night (I couldn't sleep) in complete darkness except for the monitor's light, it was quite a different experience than viewing it in daylight. It felt like it could be part of a dream and those chair legs were rather haunting. You are testing the limits here and that's exciting in and of itself.

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Anonymous mary dennis said...

This is a tough one photopop. However, as I viewed it late last night (I couldn't sleep) in complete darkness except for the monitor's light, it was quite a different experience than viewing it in daylight. It felt like it could be part of a dream and those chair legs were rather haunting. You are testing the limits here and that's exciting in and of itself.

10/26/2006 03:19:00 PM  

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