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Monday, March 20, 2006

Belford Park


Nikon D70 @ 10mm, 4 secs, f/4, ISO 200


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I've been quite bad with my updates recently... hopefully normal service should resume shortly. Been a particularly busy time for me recently but I think things should settle down a bit now.

Partly to blame is Jem @ shutterjunkie ... she forced me to buy a new computer, so I've been playing about with that. Thanks Jem :)

Hopefully this will save me quite a lot of time PPing my shots as I was getting to the point where I was spending most of my time waiting for PS to do things, as opposed to actually editing them.

I haven't taken any shots with my camera in over a week now. Shocking. So I've been relying on some of my archive shots. I took this one a couple of months ago just after I got my sigma 10-20. For some reason I really like this shot, even although it's one of these shots of nothing. It's a good example of balancing the ambient light with artificial light... no HDR required for this one.

5 Comments:

Anonymous owen said...

Very cool. Love the colours and the distorted road name.

12:36 pm, March 21, 2006  
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Fantastic - I wish I could manage to 'see' shots like this.

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