大名 お茶屋

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The lotus pond,
as they are, unplucked,
for the Festival of Spirits.
~ Matsuo Bashō

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  1. The Big Rafalski 117 months ago | reply

    I'll get the bad out of the way, and say that it looks like you had your ISO set a little high, and that causes some grainy-ness, and with digital a little bit of pixelization.
    The good, this is a freaking awesome build, the little things seem to make a big difference

  2. The Big Rafalski 117 months ago | reply

    Ok, nevermind, i looked at the properties, and as the photo was taken at ISO 80, that is not really the problem, though it looked that way. I would now say that having you aperture set to wide open (2.8, small as the numbers on your sony get yes?) and that the 1/200th sec exposure might have been a little to long, and to much light reflected off the moc in some spotss. but if you change these numbers you most likely will not get the bright white background. eh, play with it

  3. Ɲ. 117 months ago | reply

    Yeah, I told you something went amiss with the image quality. I believe both of these pictures were taken under the typical photographic consitions but a lack of sufficient lighting forced by to brighten the images artificially in a photo editing program. I think that was the downfall. Thanks for the photographical evaluation as well as the nice comments! P:

  4. eτi 117 months ago | reply

    That is just awesome.

    The grainyness doesn't bother me, by the way - I would expect it comes from photo editing. I use Redynamix for most Lego pictures. That does make pictures a bit grainy (depending on settings, too) but it is vital to change black areas from a dark mass into visible parts.

  5. Dunechaser 117 months ago | reply

    Beautiful waterfall and pond, beautiful tree, beautiful house (with beautiful interior)! How did I miss this gem?

    素晴らしい茶屋の再現ですよ。

    Faved, and bookmarked to blog later. ;-)

  6. Ɲ. 117 months ago | reply

    Thanks you two! I enjoyed your series of Japanese themed MOCs posted on TBB yesterday, Andrew; my favorite turned out to be the only one of the four I hadn't seen before, so thanks for that! I'm even hoping that we might even get another similar string sometime soon. =)

  7. Dunechaser 117 months ago | reply

    Oh crap! Did I not blog this either? I totally meant to as part of that set. I'll do so tonight. :-)

  8. yokomode01 [deleted] 117 months ago | reply

    pretty! .....

  9. DARKspawn 117 months ago | reply

    Gorgeous, very well executed. "One strike; one kill..." Go Rin No Sho

  10. Keith Goldman 117 months ago | reply

    Let me on the bandwagon dammit, I like it too.

  11. Lino M 117 months ago | reply

    Just perfect all around

  12. NewRight 117 months ago | reply

    Amazing. Plenty of detail.

  13. Ɲ. 117 months ago | reply

    Many thanks to all for the little burst of activity, that's awesome to see while I'm here away from home. I probably have Andrew to thank exclusively for that.

  14. NewRight 117 months ago | reply

    The new group LEGO LandScape would love to have your photo added as well.

  15. Charlotte_S 116 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called A group for Charliehope's favourites, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  16. Charlotte_S 116 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Life in Lego!, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  17. Monkfish44 [deleted] 116 months ago | reply

    "For all these years, my certain zen:
    neither I nor the world exist.
    The sutras neat within the box,
    my cane hooked upon the wall,
    I lie at peace in moonlight
    or, hearing water splashing on the rock,
    sit up: none can purchase pleasure such as this:
    spangled across the step-moss, a million coins!"
    - Shutaku.

    Sorry it reminded me of that aha, wonerful scene, very peaceful!

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