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Flower Bench
01-APR-2004 Sean McHugh

Flower Bench

Queens' College - Cambridge, England

Image uses a graduated neutral density filter to balance the sky/foreground.

Canon EOS 300D Digital Rebel ,Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM
8min f/16.0 at 17mm (27mm at 35mm equivalent) and iso200 full exif

other sizes: small medium original
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Lesley Mattuchio06-Jun-2009 13:04
Outstanding!
Ben Hattenbach29-Apr-2008 21:24
Sean, you obviously have a fantastic collection of imagery. This is one of my favorites. I wanted to also thank you for the time you've invested in the tutorials on your site. They are quite informative and well written. V
david_arthur_lee19-Oct-2006 12:13
No Geoff,
Its the two flowers that make the whole image for me.
Sue Robertson22-Jul-2006 11:43
Magical image. Great work. v
clandk17-Jul-2006 12:11
Perfect!
Ian Birch29-Mar-2006 16:29
Voted
Regards Ian
Guest 21-Feb-2006 08:13
wonderfull angle . What a capture
Tim Adams23-Jan-2006 03:28
Its an image from a fairy tale. Absolutely gorgeous. Fantastic work.
alibenn18-Jul-2005 02:01
Of all the fabulous images in an excellent gallery, this is one of my favourites. Capturing something that can only be seen by extended exposure times like this is intense..great job.
Daniel Gallagher07-Apr-2005 00:35
This photograph is simply stunning! Truly an amazing shot. I would love to learn more about what went into creating this...
robwooly16-Feb-2005 12:47
"I can't see the "ANT'S LINE" between the two exposures,You seem to have mastered it ,Great job Robert Woolrich.
Photogenix12-Feb-2005 01:29
Great picture. Learnt something new.
Paul Lantz23-Oct-2004 23:50
wonderful technique for great depth of field
CJ Morgan14-May-2004 06:23
Excellent work.
Rob Oele11-May-2004 19:59
Very, very good indeed!
Phyllis Stewart10-May-2004 17:04
Wonderful use of wide angle lens! Got my vote. And I think it's cropped just right.
ac09-May-2004 18:20
Stunning. Love it.
Geoff Lukins 01-Apr-2004 19:55
A very good photo. Think I would have cropped out the front to daffodils and gone in tight on the bench. What do others think?