Italy Small Towns-2003 and some 35 mm slide scans to CD
> Siena Campo.jpg
Canon EOS 10D
Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM
1/500s f/22.0 at 40.0mm iso1600
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Amazing colors. Very beautiful image--like a painting, and yes the high-iso noise helps. Glad I found your galleries (from your dpreview posts).--Jerry Gerber
A beautiful image alltogether! The graininess at the web size actually adds a lot of character to the picture. A superb point of view of Siena that includes foreground and background points of interest.
Wooden Shoe Photography
Very nice layout and coloring job.
Re: Ross's comment concerning shutter speed and ISO. The answer is simple. I forgot to change the ISO after taking pictures inside Siena Cathedral where it is VERY dark ! My error ! One thing I continually realize about photography (and life in general) is that we learn from our mistakes !
why did you set the ISO and shutter speed so high ?
you might have been able to get away with a speed of 1/30 or 1/60 second and ISO 100 and then you could have avoided the 'noise' apparent in this photo.
you have some great images; but generally shot at speeds much faster that i thought would be necessary unless you were shooting from a moving vehicle.