Sparklite

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photoblog image Brickworks in Winter V: From the Lookout

Brickworks in Winter V: From the Lookout

I took this while out at the Brick Works. It turns out there is a lookout point way up atop this hill I'm standing on that I didn't know existed. It made for some nice photographs. I didn't notice it before I uploaded the image but some discolouration / colour speckles have appeared in the top right that I didn't notice until after the upload. Originally I had some banding there since I forgot to shut off my noise reduction feature while shooting these so in dealing with that I appear to have spread the colour noise around. :(  Anyway, hope you like. 

Brickworks in Winter V: From the Lookout

I took this while out at the Brick Works. It turns out there is a lookout point way up atop this hill I'm standing on that I didn't know existed. It made for some nice photographs. I didn't notice it before I uploaded the image but some discolouration / colour speckles have appeared in the top right that I didn't notice until after the upload. Originally I had some banding there since I forgot to shut off my noise reduction feature while shooting these so in dealing with that I appear to have spread the colour noise around. :(  Anyway, hope you like. 

comments (3)

  • Ellie
  • New Forest, Hampshire, England
  • 1 Mar 2007, 16:18
I think, even with your concern, it's an amazingly crisp picture with tons of detail. Lucky you to find the lookout, you may not get such a good view from there in the summer when the trees have their clothes on.
I had no idea there was a lookout up there either... Very nice shot, it looks almost like a location in some horror movie, with the dead trees and such.

-V V-
  • Mia
  • 1 Mar 2007, 21:37
haha, I think it turned out wonderfully Sparky smile Good capture

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