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Precious Things


Posted on Thu 4th Jan, 2007, 4:49pm

ISO: 100, Shutter speed: 1/160, Aperture: f/5.6,
Camera: Canon EOS 20D, Flash: Yes, Cropping: Square,
Lens: Canon EF 35mm f/1.4L, Focal length: 35mm,
Captured: 3rd January 2007, 2:11pm,

It looks like the edges are really badly sharpened, doesn't it. But they're not, it's just wear and tear around the edges of the sign, where the light-reflecting bits have come off, or something.

Anyway I took this yesterday, before I wrote my little rant about being in a rut. I didn't think any of the shots from my lunch break were going to turn out but as it happens, four of them were ok. This is the first.

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Jonathan, Thu 4th Jan, 2007, 5:46pm
I like that. The blue really stands out against the dark background.

Dave, Thu 4th Jan, 2007, 7:06pm
Congrats on getting out of the rut! I agree that to plow through is probably the best idea (at least for me). If I take a break for too long, I may just realize how much less stressful life is without post-a-day pressures! Great image btw.

jt, Fri 5th Jan, 2007, 2:53am
Nice one J. I like that detail in all the little circles in the blue area.

Jon Swainson, Fri 5th Jan, 2007, 3:08pm
I like the contrast between the sign and the horrible grey sky.

milou, Fri 5th Jan, 2007, 4:59pm
I like how a rut becomes a rout. I guess the image is a successful summing up on photographers having "doubts" - you'll never get off the roundabout ;-]

Tom PH, Sun 7th Jan, 2007, 12:26am
Not a lot happening for me here, I do like the cropped composition tho.

Sysagent, Sun 7th Jan, 2007, 8:08pm
I like the amount of detail captured on the sirn with the hexagonal reflective doobries...

groovyf, Tue 9th Jan, 2007, 9:51am
Bold and blue. I like this kind of shot - subject filling the frame completely

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