Evening Calm

 
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Homes with docks at dusk in Alameda, California. Photo taken with wide angle lens and flash.

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Guest - Jan 06, 2007 08:15 PM EDT
Hi Alex, I keep finding stunning images in your gallery long after you've posted them, and probably forgotten all about them! But this one is really impressive. I love the way the sky changes from purple to yellow, and the water looks more like glass!
Guest - Oct 29, 2006 02:43 PM EDT
As quiet as a painted ship upon a painted ocean. One can feel the peace emanating all through the picture. Beauty to reflect upon."g"
Guest - Oct 28, 2006 06:18 AM EDT
Thanks for all your comments. Yes, Mary, I think the lens is pretty amazing and I really like it. It almost a necessity for most indoor and landscape shots when using a DSLR EF-S lens for a Canon camera like the XT, 20D, or 30D. I'm glad I made the purchase. Some things I notice about the lens, is a slight chromatic abberration in some images, (which looks like a slightly golden hue; pretty nice, though not completely natural) some vingnetting and distortion of vertical lines when shooting wide open. In general, these effects are pretty minor, and can be adjusted out for the most part using software. Considering the capabilities of this Ultra Wide Angle and the quality of the images for a realtively modest price, it's definitely a keeper.
Guest - Oct 28, 2006 12:40 AM EDT
Great shot. And all is calm
Guest - Oct 27, 2006 09:31 PM EDT
The scene has a serene, quiet and painterly look. Very nice. I've been checking out that lens and it is on my wish list. Do you like it?
Guest - Oct 27, 2006 07:17 PM EDT
WOW!! very nice.
Guest - Oct 27, 2006 04:27 PM EDT
I agree, the water is so calm and everything has a peaceful air to it.
Guest - Oct 27, 2006 12:07 PM EDT
Lovely Scene! Carol

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