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An Evening Trek in the Snow

This is another photo from the same outting as the previous two posts. I shot this underexposed with the camera set to maximum saturation and contrast  and in mannual focus at f2.8 (wide open) with the focus pulled in as close to the camera as possible. I had water droplets on the lens so i was hoping they would help create an intersting blotchyness. I'm not sure that worked out but I still think it's a fun photo. :)  Enjoy. 

An Evening Trek in the Snow

This is another photo from the same outting as the previous two posts. I shot this underexposed with the camera set to maximum saturation and contrast  and in mannual focus at f2.8 (wide open) with the focus pulled in as close to the camera as possible. I had water droplets on the lens so i was hoping they would help create an intersting blotchyness. I'm not sure that worked out but I still think it's a fun photo. :)  Enjoy. 

comments (2)

  • Martin
  • United States
  • 5 Feb 2008, 00:46
LOL, did it involve a few stops at bars? Looks like a pretty good outing judging from this!
  • Meegz
  • Canada
  • 6 Feb 2008, 18:31
I feel like I've had a bottle of red and gone out for a winter stroll. Nice! Somehow I like this type of drunk-feeling shot, while I don't appreciate the vertigo-inspiring lensebaby ones. The colours remind me of christmas tree lights smile

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camera E-330
exposure mode shutter priority
shutterspeed 1/30s
aperture f/2.8
sensitivity ISO400
focal length 14.0mm
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