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October 03, 2008

Kenilworth Highstreet

Camera: Canon Digital EOS400D
Lens: Canon EF 50mm F/1.8 II
Date: 24th June 2008
Location: Kenilworth
Shutter: 1/8s
Aperture: F/1.8
ISO: 800
Comments: Taken at 22:22, a few days after the summer solstice
Post-processing: Whitebalance adjust, increase contrast


November 16, 2007

Touch The Light

Camera: Canon Digital EOS400D
Lens: Sigma DC 18-50mm
Date: 2nd November 2007
Location: Back of WBS, Campus
Shutter: 15s
Aperture: F/5.6
ISO: 400
Comments: Similar to the light-writing from the 3rd
Post-processing: None


November 03, 2007

Writing With Light

Camera: Canon Digital EOS400D
Lens: Sigma DC 18-50mm
Date: 2nd November 2007
Location: Behind WBS by the lake, Campus.
Shutter: 20s
Aperture: F/8
ISO: 400
Comments: Manual exposure, written with an LED torch
Post-processing: Lightroom: Whitebalanced, adjusted exposure, reduced saturation of reds and greens.


October 16, 2007

Campfire

Camera: Canon Digital IXUS 50 (v3)
Date: 11th August 2007
Location: Bearley, Warwickshire. 52°14’22”N 1°43’30”W
Shutter: 1s
Aperture: F/2.8
Comments: There is lots of detail in the blacks, but lifting it out reduces the contrast too much. If only I’d discovered HDR earlier!
Post-processing: None


May 23, 2007

Wandering Home

Camera: Canon Digital EOS400D
Lens: Canon EF-S 18-55mm
Date: 22nd May 2007
Location: By Ramphal Building, Campus
Shutter: 1s-30s
Aperture: F/8
ISO: 400
Comments: Going home this way everyday and having the camera and tripod on me, I felt compelled to capture the scene.
Post-processing: Six images combined to HDR and tonemapped in Photomatix, contrast and saturation tweaked in Lightroom.


January 15, 2007

Bath Abbey

Camera: Canon Digital IXUS 50 (v3)
Date: 7th October 2006
Location: Bath, Bath & North East Somerset. 51°22’53”N 2°21’29”W
Shutter: 1/2s
Aperture: F/2.8
Comments: The north side of the abbey. The left hand side is a obscured by a building, but if the camera was closer the abbey wouldn’t fit in the field of view anyway.
Post-processing: Rotated and Cropped


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