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Friday, February 17, 2006

Going away

Nikon D70 @ 20mm, 10 secs, f/8, ISO 200

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Just a super quick update as I'm just about to go away for a long weekend up to Fort William. Hopefully I'll come back with a few nice shots to share.

Next update should be Monday night...


Anonymous Brent said...

Hi, John. Incredible shot here. Composition looks great. Your penchant for nice warm colors in night shots pays off here. Though it may not be the case, it appears that the horizon line is not completely straight; is tipped a little to the right, or is that the "way of the land"? Great shot.

10:15 am, February 17, 2006  
Anonymous sopheava said...


I'd love to know what the building on the right is.

2:17 pm, February 17, 2006  
Blogger ShutteredEye said...

VERY nice!! Really like it!!

2:20 pm, February 17, 2006  
Blogger Jetting Through Life said...

I love the colours in your pictures... This shot is amazing!

3:53 pm, February 18, 2006  
Blogger micki said...

Hope you had a great long weekend. This is a beautiful shot...the old overlooking the new.

6:37 pm, February 18, 2006  
Blogger Antique Mommy said...

I love the oil painting quality to this shot. The juxtaposition of the ancient with the modern using the roadway to divide the two makes for a very interesting composition.

1:18 pm, February 19, 2006  
Blogger london cokehead said...

I must admit ,you take some shit hot photos mate ..It wouldbe reallynice though if you commented on how you got the shots .. i.e. exposurer , aperture settings and any post production work you do etc..


11:59 pm, February 19, 2006  
Anonymous Brent said...

Exposure and aperture settings are under the photograph.

3:51 am, February 20, 2006  
Blogger london cokehead said...

Oh yeah .. Duh !!

2:19 am, February 21, 2006  
Anonymous Jem said...

Hope you had a lovely time in Fort William. We took a trip up their the first time we went to Scotland but we wern't overly impressed. Maybe we saw the wrong bits though, as several people have commented on what a lovely place it is!

11:10 am, February 21, 2006  
Anonymous Vol-au-Vent said...

Hi John;
got to you via link - you're just amazing... where are you living?
would you consider a newsletter with your daily photoshot?
a talent like yours should not be kept to the ones 'in the know'...!
something else; if you want to know what your visitors think of your work, why haven't you got a guest book?
all the best and thanks for the great photos.

1:38 pm, February 21, 2006  
Blogger John said...

Brent: Thanks Brent. Yeah, I though that the warmer WB worked better with this one. I see what you mean about the horizon, but I think it might just be the way of the land since I kept all of the verticals vertical.

sopheava: The building is Edinburgh castle - it's featured quite a few times on the site :)

london cokehead: Cheers, glad you're enjoying the shots. As Brent said, the exif data is under each shots. I tend only to comment on the PP if I do anything major... most of my time in photoshop is spent just tweaking the images. Cheers again.

Jem: Tell me about it. We drove through it in 2 minutes and that was enough!

Vol-au-Vent: Thanks! I'm currently living in Edinburgh at the moment. I'm not sure what you mean by the newsletter though, but it sounds interesting. I'm always happy to share my work with as many people as possible! :) I've never looked into getting a guest book but that's something else to consider.

Thanks again for your positive comments.

8:50 pm, February 21, 2006  
Anonymous sopheava said...

Oops, yeah I feel like a tool.

I'll just start digging through the archives now...

9:46 pm, February 21, 2006  

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