Hinchingbrooke Park - canon 20d w/17-40

Hinchingbrooke park in England.

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  • Ameen

    Great work. great composition. it looks like painting. nice one

    2006-06-22

  • JD

    I'm not sure about this one? there just seems to be too much going on in the shot... Is it a HDR??? just has that sort of feel to it?

    2006-06-22

  • Miles

    It's two exposures shot from a tripod blended manually, not sure if that qualifies as HDR or not. I tend to think of it like using an ND grad filter but here I did blend the exposures beyond just the sky. The dark exposure was more than a couple of seconds, you can see the leaves on the right blurred slightly. It was pretty dark inside the forest.

    I wanted a slightly old feel to it, perhaps large format-ish. Something about the grand avenue made me feel all 1920s.

    2006-06-22

  • nuno f

    It have without a doubt a vintage look. And spooky too. Great composition. I wonder where the road leads?

    2006-06-22

  • Miles

    Car park... or did you mean metaphorically? ;)

    2006-06-22

  • Chema

    I like very much the bottom half of the image. The path looks like a tunnel. Very rich texture of the ground.

    2006-06-22

  • shooter

    Miles this certainly has an old printing process feel to it so you have succeeded, I love it, but then I do have a love of trees, the lead into the shot is excellent, and the processing spot on..

    2006-06-22

  • daniel

    Beautiful! The DOF is captivating.

    2006-06-22

  • Simon C

    This is a striking shot - defintely a retro Ansel Adams type feel to it.

    2006-06-23

  • Craig Wilson

    Looks like Narnia with out the snow! Great great shot.

    2006-06-23

  • Tomasz

    Nice. How long were the two exposures?

    2006-06-23

  • Seesaw

    Great composition, great photo!

    2006-06-23

  • Robert

    I like the processing. I think it adds a lot of interest to the image. You achieved the large format feel.

    2006-06-23

  • Al

    beautiful shot and superb processing, very well done.

    2006-06-29

  • Judith Polakoff

    This is outstanding. I wish I had your Photoshop skills. :)

    2006-07-08