Under inspection

Picture by _banneduser_

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  • May 10, 2013
  • Canon 5D Mark 2
  • Canon EF16-35mm f/2.8L II USM
  • Shooting Style Tripod
  • Shoots Number Multiple Exposure
  • Exposures Number
  • Editing Software Photomatix Pro
  • File Format RAW
  • Notes


10 May 14:53

This might possibly be the bluest grass I have ever seen. I have been the DC and I don't recall the grass being this hue. Oh and grass isn't like snow where it reflects the sky, so that can't be it. You know they have this thing called color correction.

10 May 15:01

You might give that a shot. Oh and regarding compostion, unless this is the Leaning Tower of Pisa I don't think it's supposed to lean to the right like that. You might check Youtube, I am sure they have some videos that can teach you how to correct the

10 May 15:06

slight lean to the right. Hey, just keep trying, I am sure in a couple of year you will get the hang of this...

10 May 15:17

Is Phil having a bad day?

10 May 15:19

Nope, but apparently this picture was taken on a bad day

10 May 15:29

Check out my 2 notes Phil, does it still look tilted to you? Those notes are handy to check for any tilt FYI :)

10 May 15:50

Like perspective and color in sky. Nice light stars. Not sure about color of grass, could be some ice on a very early morning but also think it is to blue.

10 May 16:13

Opps sorry that maybe should have been an 8... My bad. I'll make it up to you next time

10 May 16:34

I think your note to me points out that it is leaning to the right ever so slightly. The bottom part of the left of the monument you can see all of the scaffolding where as you can not see it as it is hidden by the not box. Maybe it's just my percep

10 May 16:38

is not the best pov for this subject, ihmo

10 May 17:22

I like the sky, agree with Dirk on cut, a close up or vertical shot maybe would improved.

10 May 19:58


11 May 02:29

maybe the sky light turned the grass into blue but you can manage this out using Photoshop. I agree with the crop suggestion.. a nice post though

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