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Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Playfair Steps

Nikon D70 @ 10mm, 25 secs, f/14, ISO 200

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Another one taken from the archives...

Just waiting for some free time now to get out shooting again.... it's been too long!


Blogger EssPea Photography said...

I Found your site through shutter junkie. Looks great (the photos and the layout). Any tips for someone who knows a little about code and wants to make a similar layout?

8:09 am, March 22, 2006  
Blogger EssPea Photography said...

...and now you are about to kick my butt in a BlogBattle!

Note to self, check competition before throwing away credits. :)

8:31 am, March 22, 2006  
Blogger Steve said...

Wow. I hit the "prevous" button and really like your night shots.... Fabulous and inspiring. Makes me want to start taking more terrestrial photos.


8:43 am, March 22, 2006  
Anonymous Dave said...

(1st comment)...

Great shot well presented john. Simple in content but your output is striking as usual. The colours are vivid and saturation just right. How much of this is down to the original exposure and how much PP ? I've almost never shot at 25s, i'd just let the camera set the exp and switch to manual to fine tune. Your night shots are never 'dull' always vibrant. (sorry for writing a book :lol:).



9:43 am, March 22, 2006  
Anonymous owen said...

Excellent. The colours look great - very realistic if you know what I mean.

12:40 pm, March 22, 2006  
Anonymous Jem said...

<3 this shot hun :)

Lush colours :D

12:58 pm, March 22, 2006  
Anonymous Alex said...

Hey I've taken this exact same shot, although during the day. Don't know what it is, but there is just something about Playfair Steps that catches the eye. Maybe 'cause the steps are so worn from centuries of foot traffic...

8:09 pm, March 22, 2006  
Blogger John said...

esspea: I actually know very little about coding myself. It's very much trial and (a lot of) error. I've not really changed the simple template that much, but if there's anything you like the look of give me an email and I'll help you out.

Steve: Great blog Steve. Very refreshing with some fantastic pictures. Thanks!

Dave: Good to hear from you again! There was very little PP done on this shot. It's all about finding the right balance of light in night shots (and if you can't - give hdr a go!).

alex: Yeah, the steps have fantastic character. Thanks.

10:49 pm, March 27, 2006  
Blogger CurlyToes said...

Wow, I just love the perspective that wide angle lens gives. Another super night shot, John.

8:58 pm, March 29, 2006  

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