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Submitterís Name: Jon Mitchell
Title: Boathouse
Gear used: E-330 + 14-45/3.6 (set at 18mm)
Aperture: f5.6
Shutter Speed: 1/100 sec
ISO Setting: 100 ASA
Technical Information: One of my first outings with the E-330, and so far Iím quite impressed. Minor tweak to the colour temperature during the conversion from RAW, and a little High-Pass Filter added in Photoshop to crisp it up a little.
Subject Information: A small but beautiful boathouse on the lake at Winkworth Arboretum.

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Comment left by: Flemming Kristensen (no e-mail specified) A very nice and straightforward interpretation of the theme. The kind of peace and quiet found only too rarely. If only Olaf would allow us larger image-sizes.

Comment left by: manuel viet (no e-mail specified) Frames in frame : gives a near japanese-like feeling as can be seen in Nagisha Oshima films. Zen at its best.

Comment left by: JAS (no e-mail specified) I love the feeling in this photograph:) Great composition and mood!

Comment left by: Andy Radcliffe (no e-mail specified) Works very well with the subdued and overcast lighting. I don't think that this image would have been nearly as effective if taken on a brighter day. As it is, it has a lovely medative feel.

Comment left by: Andy Radcliffe (no e-mail specified) I meant "medatative" of course......

Comment left by: NoŽl Polis (no e-mail specified) Like it a lot : impressive, this 330 ! The photographer too !

Comment left by: Chris Barker (no e-mail specified) I like this: you have your silhouette but there is enough attractive colour to balance and give interest. Colour in the sky would have been a bonus, of course.

Comment left by: Andrew Wendelborn ( ) A sort of introspective calmness about it. Very well done.

Comment left by: Jon Mitchell (no e-mail specified) Same place, almost exact same shot, used in the pretty awful film "The Wedding Date". See link below, from 0:53:53 to 0:54:33.


No connection to the YouTube poster - as I suspect they don't have the rights to post the film there ...

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