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Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Rush Hour In The Rain

Nikon D70 @ 70mm, 1/10 sec, f/4.5, ISO 400
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I was standing just outside Borders until the worst of the rain passed, and so got some shots of people walking by. This was actually my first shot and was really to see how it would come out. Had my umbrella in one hand and my camera in the other, so it was a little tricky :)

It wasn't my best shot technically, but i liked the effect and the sense of motion created.


Anonymous Jem said...

I love it! :) An original image with such a sense of movement. Great work John :)

11:18 am, September 01, 2005  
Blogger Keir Ayres said...

I agree with Jemrawrw, it gives a nice sense of being in a rush / Chaos. I'll give something like that a try when I get a camera capable of actually doing it *roll*

10:07 pm, September 01, 2005  
Blogger John said...

Jem: I can't ask for more - thanks :)

Keir: Thanks a lot. I actually think you could get this shot with most cameras. It was just because it was quite dark that I was able to get the shutter speed down. In fact I had to shoot wide open and ISO 400 to get the shutter speeds up! :)

10:34 pm, September 01, 2005  
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