high iso b&w


GivingTree

Link Posted 09/09/2009 - 14:46
I took this last summer, halfway hanging out of the car, set to super-high iso in order to get the fastest possible shutter speed. The color version is terrible. How about the b&w? (and I'm not even sure it's a good picture in the first place, but I kinda like it)




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Darkmunk

Link Posted 09/09/2009 - 16:24
That's great, dynamic shot and the only troublesome artifacts are from the JPEG. The ISO noise is fine.
I like it despite the expanse of grey. It looks like a fun shot - maybe because of the car window.
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Father Ted

Link Posted 09/09/2009 - 16:39
Not qualified to say if it's a good picture or not...but I like it!
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Daniel Bridge

Link Posted 09/09/2009 - 17:45
Father Ted wrote:
Not qualified to say if it's a good picture or not...but I like it!

Then, for you, it's a good picture. The qualification is that you have an opinion, don't be afraid, or reluctant, to voice it.

The photo reminds me of the sort of shot you'd see in a arty road trip book, and I like it for that. Darkmunk's right about the jpeg artifacts, re-save it at a higher jpeg quality setting and see how it looks. If you can do something to tone down the white building top-right, that would improve it for me too.

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Karl

Link Posted 09/09/2009 - 18:22
Looks like something from a David Lynch film. I like it a lot. I love the route of the solid white line, and the distortion of the buildings so you can't tell what they are. Without the car window on the left it doesn't work, the car makes the picture complete.Composotion/crop is also spot on (for me anyway).
Great shot, well done!

Wilf200D

Link Posted 09/09/2009 - 18:23
I like it because it gives a real sense of speed. And nice composition considering it was taken out a car window!

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GivingTree

Link Posted 10/09/2009 - 14:32
Thanks for commenting, I appreciate it!
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