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photoblog image Door in the Vines

Door in the Vines

An old, and probably infrequently used, gate out from the Massey College grounds at the University of Toronto. Taken at the corner of Hoskin and Devonshire Streets.

For a map of where this was taken click 'here'

Post: Quite a lot actually. I had my white balance set WAY off accidentally in camera and I was shooting JPEGs. You'll also note the very slow shutterspeed (for the focal length -- 50mm (100mm equiv.) and it turned out a bit blurry on screen. I've done my best to sharpen it up using a few multistage 'smart sharpens' at different radiuses (radi?). Anyway. Enjoy and let me know what you think :)

-sL

Door in the Vines

An old, and probably infrequently used, gate out from the Massey College grounds at the University of Toronto. Taken at the corner of Hoskin and Devonshire Streets.

For a map of where this was taken click 'here'

Post: Quite a lot actually. I had my white balance set WAY off accidentally in camera and I was shooting JPEGs. You'll also note the very slow shutterspeed (for the focal length -- 50mm (100mm equiv.) and it turned out a bit blurry on screen. I've done my best to sharpen it up using a few multistage 'smart sharpens' at different radiuses (radi?). Anyway. Enjoy and let me know what you think :)

-sL

comments (2)

hey sl,

really cool shot. i really like the contrast between the red bricks and the green ivy. i also really like the texture of the wooden door. i think that you have done a really good job pping given the original setting of the camera. perhaps a conversion to b/w might have helped make your pping a bit easier.
Iain Myrans: I never thought of the b&w option because i liked the green and red together... But I should give it a shot.
Love this kind of shots - This one is great !

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camera Olympus E-330
exposure mode aperture priority
shutterspeed 1/30s
aperture f/3.5
sensitivity ISO160
focal length 50.0mm
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