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Monday, October 24, 2005

Princes Gardens


Nikon D70 @ 62mm, 1/50 sec, f/4.5, ISO 200
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Another one from yesterday's wander.

4 Comments:

Anonymous Al said...

All great photographs. Just out of interest, do you use any cuves or dom much in the way of post processing?

Cheers

12:41 pm, October 24, 2005  
Blogger CurlyToes said...

Love the photos on both your blog and your other site John. Really super. Love the composition of this one. Autumn is great for the colours.

7:45 pm, October 24, 2005  
Anonymous Jem said...

A lovely autumnal shot :) I like the sinuous winding path running through the middle of the shot :)

7:47 pm, October 24, 2005  
Blogger John said...

Hey Al, thanks a lot. I use fotogenetic ev3 as my custom curve, and also do some degree of PP work on all my shots. I try to keep it relatively simple though i.e. levels, curves, colour balance, USM.

Thanks a lot for the comments guys!

11:15 pm, October 25, 2005  

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