Another one from my wet outing yesterday at Chesterton windmill. For this one I upped the iso slightly and waited for gaps in the wind before shooting, rendering the field far more static than my previous upload:
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What was the aperture set to on this?
gob smacked to see this photo, not only is it the best one I've seen for a long time of a windmill but I pass it every day as I live in Lighthorne!!
oh really? sweet! always nice to touch base with another local.. glad you like the pic mate, cheers. still gotta get my ass up there for that night shoot I keep putting off
Very nice mate, gorgeous colours.
Fantastic place...the mill would like to see one for myself! Is there a link to this site on the net?
Cracking shot Adam, the windmill looks a lot more imposing in portrait format, great work!
Cheers James, good point! I'll have to remember that when I eventually get my arse into gear for the long-planned night shoot I haven't gotten around to just yet
Nice work, a wonderful capture. Really like the contrast in colors here
beautiful contrast man.
Wonderful subject. Great light and colours.
Wow! It is beautiful
love those clouds. great flowers!
Prefer the landscape one more, still a nice image though
Just 57 of favs? wow, should not be like that. This capture deserve much more. Lovely light with tones and the sky. Great capture.
I prefer the compo of this one, and the foreground is much better that it has more detail in it. Would prefer if the mill wasn't so centered though.
Cheers. Its positioning was dictated really just by wide angle distortion - moving it too far from the centre of frame introduces the sort of distortion I was trying to avoid and which is a real pain the arse to correct.. at the same time I wanted to include field and sky, so this is kind of all I had to work with.
very nice pic
Equaly great, perhaps a bit better just because of the vertical format
Haha interesting, someone on RR said they like this one better, but would prefer it in the landscape format of the previous. I prefer the other myself personally, but there's still more to come
Excellent composition, and omg what a great place.