Saw blade

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by Eric M
Uploaded 5 Sep 2009 — 10 favorites
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© Eric M
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Photo Info
UploadedSeptember 6, 2009
TakenMay 30, 2009
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D200
Exposure1/125 sec at f/4
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length135 mm
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21 responses

  • Eman Bnt Abdulaziz

    Eman Bnt Abdulaziz said (5 Sep 2009):

    lovely ( voted )

  • René Damen

    René Damen   gave props (6 Sep 2009):

    great for the theme, good processing.

  • eithne mythen

    eithne mythen gave props (6 Sep 2009):

    I like it, voted..

  • Dawn Duffield

    Dawn Duffield (Deleted) gave props (6 Sep 2009):

    Very interesting, the composition and detail definitely grabbed my attention!

  • Eric Finster

    Eric Finster (Deleted) gave props (6 Sep 2009):

    excellent detail, perfect for the black and my vote for sure.

  • Ulli Koenig

    Ulli Koenig (Deleted) gave props (7 Sep 2009):

    excellent - got my vote!

  • Hans Joerg Krauth

    Hans Joerg Krauth said (7 Sep 2009):

    excellent shot, I like it :)

  • Billy Houckham

    Billy Houckham said (8 Sep 2009):

    Great picture

  • Bria Tigh

    Bria Tigh gave props (16 Sep 2009):


  • Susan Hanson

    Susan Hanson gave props (17 Sep 2009):

    Really nice example of what you can do if you look closely enough

  • Alexander Valhouli

    Alexander Valhouli said (17 Sep 2009):

    had to vote here. it's an interesting take on decay. The composition is unreal and the spiderwebs are just perfect.

  • james lineback

    james lineback said (2 Oct 2009):

    excellent shot got my vote.

  • Stuart Thomas

    Stuart Thomas gave props (3 Oct 2009):

    Great capture and perfect for the theme.

  • Santiago Padilla

    Santiago Padilla gave props (6 Oct 2009):

    Yes. Voted!

  • Joe Schaf

    Joe Schaf   gave props (7 Oct 2009):

    I like it! Voted: "YEAH!"

  • KristÄ«ne T.

    Kristīne T. (Deleted) said (14 Oct 2009):

    great shot

  • Rogério Salgado-Martins

    Rogério Salgado-Martins (Deleted) gave props (29 Oct 2009):

    great shot!

  • Dr.Nicolas Rao

    Dr.Nicolas Rao gave props (16 Nov 2009):

    Good thinking and lovely subject.

  • Dr.Nicolas Rao

    Dr.Nicolas Rao said (16 Nov 2009):

    I would add a tad of contrast, but!

    I do not know how well our comps are calibrated at the time, wish we did not have this problem, they say Mac's don't, but I keep a gamma of 2, which is sort of midway between Mac's 1.7 and Windows 2.22. I am closer to the Windows standard which is a little higher than the ideal 1.8 gamma but then, if all lenses fit all bodies, then the the real fun of cameras could begin. Leave alone the monitors we use to see the final result.

    What think ye?

  • Dr.Nicolas Rao

    Dr.Nicolas Rao said (16 Nov 2009):

    In the old days we had different quality papers to print on. I can imagine this on some of the great Papers from Agfa, Seagull etc. Those papers had real silver impregnated in them and when properly washed and stored, looked magnificent and will live for a long time. I wonder how our present pix in pixels will look on tomorrows monitors! Will there be monitors?

  • Rafael Alcaraz

    Rafael Alcaraz said (15 Dec 2009):

    Great shot well coposed and nice sharp detail its a YES !

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