Sigma-Foveon: Intimate Places

Challenge #5 in the Insights series. Hosted by SigmaChrome.
Challenge has finished
Show us your best 'Intimate Places' photographs taken with a camera that uses a Foveon sensor. The challenge is to engage the viewer in your reasonably tight composition; make them feel emersed in the mood of your picture. Framing is everything! It could be a garden, a pond, a river, wild flowers, mushrooms or an isolated gully in the forest, park, garden or desert -- anywhere that is, or looks, 'intimate'. :: For those who aren’t technically minded about these matters: Most digital cameras use a Bayer sensor, which captures red, green and blue light (RGB) using a Colour Filter Array -- one colour at each photosite. The Foveon sensor captures RGB at each and every photosite. This is a very different way of capturing an image that produces pictures with great colour depth and sharpness. For more information, see: ::
Show full rules
phase has
58 entries
phase has
1452 votes
God its the Atlantic!
Click here for full size original image
18th place
A remains of a church at Cape Cornwall in the UK.A very peaceful place to be able to think and reflect upon things on your own with the great Atlantic sea in the background.It was nice weather as the image shows but it can be very hostile in the winter!
Submitted: Sunday, 27th September, 2009 08:49 (GMT)
Taken: Thursday, 10th September, 2009
Focal length: 15 mm
Shutter speed: 100/3999 sec
Aperture: F16
ISO: 50
Notes: Tripod and 0.3 nd grad used
Views: 1400
Provide complaint details
Your complaint (along with the complaints of others regarding this entry) will be reviewed by the challenge owner. Depending upon the nature and applicability of the complaint, the entry may be disqualified. In extreme circumstances the user who submitted the entry may receive a ban from the challenge or series in question.
Saving ...
Keyboard shortcuts:
p previous n next c challenge f full size r retract vote # vote