Sunflooded shed

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  1. Wozza

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    Took this the other night, c+c welcome

    Took a few angles and tried a few things but this was my favourite shot. Adjusted curves in Photoshop and cloned out a few distractions.

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    Exposure: 0.003 sec (1/320) Aperture: f/22 Focal Length: 20 mm ISO Speed: 800


    And here's a Candid shot of me being watched suspiciously

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    awesome shot......
     
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    I think the light on the face of the shed might be a little harsh. But other than that, the colors are beautiful and the depth you've achieved is perfect. Great composition!
     
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    I really shot now but I think it would be amazing at sunrise or sunset.
     
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    You know what? I quite like the one of the silent watch-er or watch-ess (I guess the latter). Actually, I like that one a lot better than the first. I don't know why and what it is, but the shed doesn't have the sharpness I would expect from 1/320 sec and f 22, but then the ISO 800 may contribute to the photo not being so sharp. Why the high ISO in that bright light? Now the front is almost blown...
     
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    awesome pic love it
     
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    Why are you so good? :D Love the colours of the grass in the first shot + the detail of the fur in the second.

    I don't think the shed is blown out, it's just the clean NZ air letting the sunlight through :) Nice.
     
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    Thanks for the comments all. Yeah the light really was harsh when I was shooting, my monitor isn't quite as blown out as on another monitor I looked at it on so my settings may be off.

    The harshness does spoil it a little for me though, further down the road there was another spot that was in the shade but should be lit up perfectly early in the morning that I really want to get a shot of. I think the light might be better for this shot in the morning too so will plan a reshoot. Any suggestions will be appreciated and will try and take on board advice.

    Overall I am pretty pleased with the composition, tryed a number of angles but like this the best and will see what the light is like in the morning if I can drag myself up that early. ;)

    Maybe even try and get up before work one day.... maybe
     
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    Oh yes. Compositionally, I find this quite quite pleasing!
    And hey, nothing is ever wrong with "very clear New Zealand air" ;) ;) ;) !!!
    But maybe a re-shoot in morning light might do this some good.
     
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    nice shed shot
     

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