Morning bandstand

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  1. tb2

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    The cold light of morning, and the remains of overnight rain, gave this shot of a promenade bandstand a sharp quality that I liked.

    Tony

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  2. Tyson

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    Holy cow, wow, nice shot! Love it,. Wow
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Yes, well, that's our Tony for us!
    Brilliant as always.
    You know I am your most ardent fan, Tony, don't you?!
    You can't imagine how often I think of you when I am out to take photos, wondering if this scene or that scene would have spoken to you, as well, how you would have composed the photo ... your photos are a true inspiration to me! (But I feel I still cannot live up to it at all!)
     
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    Love the tones and overall comp. Nice shot, lots of detail and textures.
     
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    Thanks for the feedback on this one Tyson, Corinna & LongDucDong. Tyson, you may be interested to know that I shot this with the E500 and the 11-22. Thanks for the kind words Corinna. Shots like this are in my "comfort zone", but lately I keep stepping outside it and trying new things. They don't usually compare :grumpy:, but you've got to widen your repertoire haven't you :D?

    Regards, Tony
     
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    Tony,

    I love this shot. What a great mood that it sets...very cold, lonely, moody and brooding.

    Excellent exposure!
     
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    What is a 11-22?
     
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    It's the Zuiko 11-22mm lens for E System cameras . It's extra wide over the standard 14-45, and is noted (by independent sources) for being one of the sharpest zoom lenses around. It's fairly expensive but worth the money.

    Regards, Tony

    I should have said that it has a pretty amazing depth of field too, as wellas being bright (f2.8 wide open.
     
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    I think he means an 11-22 mm lens...which would be a wide angle lens.
     

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