Tags: watering flowers doylestown nikon d70 nikon 18-70mm dx seeking critique
Author: Berkley Les
Gallery: Single Photos
Make : NIKON CORPORATION
Model : NIKON D70
Date Time Original : 2004-01-13 04:27:20
Focal Length : 70/1
Shutter Speed Value : 1/199
Exposure Time : 1/200
Aperture Value : 7.1
F Number : 7.1
Iso Speed Ratings : 200
Metering Mode : 5
Focal Length In35mm Film : 105
X Resolution : 72.0000000
Y Resolution : 72.0000000
Software : Adobe Photoshop CS3 Windows
You right... they keep the town pretty. The image quite nice and well done. I wonder if some more contrast could improve the image. Taking care with the whites. Tones are nice and the sharpness is quite good. I can get better sharpnness with the D70 than with the D200. However, I get much better colors with the D200. Regards.
I like this and normally I don't really care for "street" scenes. However, this is interesting, with some nice depth and good color. The man in the tie watering flowers make you wonder a bit at what his business is. I think if you added more contrast, you would have to be very careful with his hair, as it's borderline and adding contrast would probably make it blown right out.
Cute. I like the model with sunglasses peeking around the corner.
A tribute to all those little things that make life enjoyable - the flowers and those who care for them. I good image that tells a story. well done
Beautiful colors and tones. Congratulations.
Nice street capture with superb sharpness and rich colours.
NICE STREET SCENE !!!. Simple and beautiful street scene Les perfectly captured. Clarity and nice details, perfect light control, and excellent natural colours. Very successful indeed. My best Xmas wishes.
Nice touch with the elegant man watering the flowers.
Inger Margrete Pedersen
Really nice and sharp capture.
This image is an excellent example of what you can do with a rather low resolution camera that some people would consider obsolete. I think the contrast, color and sharpness tare excellent. I wish all of my images looked this clean.
Man and Flower Box, 2004 They keep the town pretty, I must say.