More from the barn

I took my son for a trip down to Great Coxwell Barn yesterday afternoon for some more shots of this wonderful location. Here are some more shots.

I started off with the 50f1.4 lens, then swapped a couple of times, to use both the Zeiss 21 and the Nikon 60 micro. The light wasn’t quite as low as on my previous visit so shutter speeds weren’t quite so long. All taken with Nikon D800E; B&W with Nik Silver Efex Pro 2 Photoshop plug-in.

 

Diagonals

 

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50f1.4G

ISO 200 0.6” f/7.1

for B&W: Silver Efex Preset 005

(settings: Brightness 0 (0, 0, 0, -5), Contrast 0 (21, 50, -8), Structure 33 (0, 27, 0, 31))

 

 

Roof Pano

 

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60f2.8 AF-S micro

ISO 200 1” f/10

vertical stitch of 3 frames

B&W: Silver Efex Preset 005

(settings: Brightness -3 (-8, 10, -8, 0), Contrast 12 (26, 25, 0), Structure 33 (0, 27, 0, 10))

 

Wide-angle Roof #1

 

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Zeiss 21mm

ISO 200 0.4” f/7.1

 

Wide-angle Roof #2

 

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Zeiss 21mm

ISO 200 0.4” f/7.1

 

Sidewall

 

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60f2.8 AF-S micro

ISO 200 0.6” f/10

 

Arch and Beams

 

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60f2.8 AF-S micro

ISO 200 6” f/22

B&W: Silver Efex Preset 005

 

(Settings: Brightness 0 (-100, -20, 25, 0), Contrast 9 (35, 100, 0), Structure 33 (0, 27, 22, 48))

 

Hope you enjoy. A fascinating couple of hours exploring the views and compositions!

The shots in landscape orientation are 1200px wide, so need to be clicked to be seen at full size and resolution.

 

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