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Carriages at Beamish Museum
One of my main aims in visiting Beamish this time was to produce a series of mono images and this shot of the carriages was no exception. However, I know members like comparisons so here is the colour version.
File information
Filename:Carriages-Mono.jpg
Album name:Silversnapper / Monochromes
Keywords:Beamish Carriages Mono
Editing Performed:Converted from raw, vertical etc straightened, touch of noise reduction, converted to b&w, cropped sized, sharpened.
ISO:2500
File Size:218 KB
Date added:Sep 15, 2013
Dimensions:1000 x 704 pixels
Displayed:29 times
Color Space:Uncalibrated
Customer Render:0
Date Time:2013:09:14 20:17:15
DateTime Original:2013:09:12 11:54:27
DateTime digitized:2013:09:12 11:54:27
Exif Image Height:704 pixels
Exif Image Width:1000 pixels
Exif Offset:220
Exif Version:version 2.21
Exposure Bias:-0.66666666666667 EV
Exposure Mode:0
Exposure Program:Shutter Priority
Exposure Time:1/250 sec
FNumber:f 7.1
Flash:No Flash
Focal length:24 mm
Make:Canon
Max Aperture:f 4
Metering Mode:Multi-Segment
Model:Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Orientation:Normal (O deg)
Resolution Unit:Inch
Scene Capture Mode:0
Software:Adobe Photoshop CS6 (Macintosh)
White Balance:0
X Resolution:300
Y Resolution:300
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URL:http://www.thestudio-online.co.uk/gallery/displayimage.php?pos=-15331
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George  [Sep 15, 2013 at 11:50 AM]
Aghhhhh just when I'm working on a panorama of the same shed
A cracking mono and no mistake and I have no hesitation on preferring this to the colour version (my pano will be in colour however )
Gorgeous tones, and detail captured in this fine line up of carriages and carts, excellent work Sir. And considering the light fall of the further back you go, very well controlled and edited, even more impressed.
And no sign of noise even at iso 2500, impressive performance from the MkII.
alanuk  [Sep 16, 2013 at 12:19 PM]
Now as much as I like colour (have I mentioned that? ), B&W allows me to focus more on the fine carriages and not distracted by the richness of the colours. So a good choice for me. George has already mentioned the technical merits in this so I will just nod my head in agreement. I'm impressed with the ISO rating; I still get uneasy pushing mine beyond 1600.
Beermonsta  [Sep 17, 2013 at 07:41 PM]
A very good image of the carriages with super detail throughout, very well suited to mono and your editing brings out the very best in the range of tones here,
Helen  [Sep 18, 2013 at 09:44 PM]
I like the coloured version of this but I can definetly agree that the mono one shows off the better tones and details & not as overpowering as the coloured version. Gosh IS0 2500 & no noise or grain on it. Well taken & edited.