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The Old Tree *
11-FEB-2005 mlynn

The Old Tree *

Canon EOS 300D Digital Rebel
1/400s f/8.0 at 50.0mm iso100 hide exif
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Date/Time11-Feb-2005 14:53:16
Flash UsedNo
Focal Length50 mm
Exposure Time1/400 sec
ISO Equivalent100
Exposure Bias
White Balance (-1)
Metering Modematrix (5)
JPEG Quality (6)
Exposure Program
Focus Distance

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Canon DSLR Challenge20-Feb-2005 17:14
Thank you Ed and Alexeig. Ed, interesting thing that; I thought it might look better leaning into the frame also, so I created an image by adding sky to the right (and cropping the excess on the left) where it did just that. But for some reason I still prefer this one, as the other version just seemed less interesting to me(it seemed more static or something). But maybe it's just me... --Melanie
Canon DSLR Challenge20-Feb-2005 15:55
I like shots like this very much. (*) Perhaps an alternate shot where the tree leans into the frame? -Ed Hahn
alexeig20-Feb-2005 12:15
Real nice texture on the tree
Canon DSLR Challenge13-Feb-2005 22:46
Thank you Frank, I'm glad you got something from it :). --Melanie (mlynn)
Guest 13-Feb-2005 00:42
Cool shot. This shot inspired me to take a few of my own of this style today.
Canon DSLR Challenge12-Feb-2005 17:31
Thank you Michael. I went ahead and cropped out the little branches on the left. I wish I'd thought of the polarizer while I was there (I think I had one with me). I just got out of the habit of using a polarizer with my 828, as it always seemed a bit like overkill. (The skies tend to come out a nice dark blue with that camera without a polarizer.) If anyone thinks it is cropped too tight and is just plain uninteresting, please let me know. Melanie
Guest 12-Feb-2005 15:55
I really like that hole in the tree but I find the branches a bit distracting. Did you use a polarizer for this shot? If not, it may provide you with more details and a darker sky. ;)
- MS