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Morning Warmth
29-FEB-2004 Sean McHugh

Morning Warmth

Trinity College - Cambridge, England

Image composed of five camera angles in portrait orientation, stitched horizontally.

Original Image Size: 23 Megapixels

Canon EOS 300D Digital Rebel ,Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM
120s f/4.0 at 50mm (80mm at 35mm equivalent) and iso100, +2.25EC (for all exposures) full exif

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Guest 05-Dec-2006 04:26
Wow it reminds me of some sort of game scenery :)
TW 13-Aug-2005 09:38
Exposure is great. However, photography is an art of inclusion and this picture includes too much. The tilted tree in the centre attracts too much attention while not very pretty. A touch of fog could be better.
Chris Spracklen27-Oct-2004 13:34
Fabulous image, Sean!!
Can't praise it highly enough!
Kind regards, Chris
Guest 02-May-2004 06:08
I just love this image. Actually, i can say the same for all your work! Wonderful lighting and mood, not to mention clarity. I have been inspired to try new things with my camera from looking at your images. Thank you!
Karen 10-Apr-2004 08:41
Hey Sean,
This is one of my favorites. I love the bridge reflection behind the tree, and the boat sitting on the water. It's a nice contrast with the stacks of boat on the right.
Phil Douglis08-Mar-2004 22:46
Sean -- this is one of my favorite images. It does everything a wideangle lens should do for a picture -- creating layers of meaning, implying perspective, embracing a wide area, and perhaps most importantly in this case, emphatically contrasting the large pile of stored boats at right to the lone boat in the water at left. Of course, you don't have a lens that will give you this wide a view on your DSLR. So you did the next best thing, by creating a stiched together panorama. Yet this picture does not have the artificial look we often associate with panoramic perspectives -- it looks as if it came from a wideangle lens. Your color, as always, lends great warmth and a sense of timelessness to the scene.