Capture date: 29/04/07
Image file type: RAW (16 bit)
Lens: AF-S DX 18-200 f/3.5-4.5G VR
Focal length: 200mm (300mm equiv.)
Shutter speed: 1/100s
Shooting mode: Aperture Priority
Exposure comp.: -0.33
White balance: Auto
RAW converter: C1 Pro (v3)
I was umming and arring over what to post for the Photo Friday challenge this week.
There is nothing new I have shot that I particularly like so it was back to the archives. I found some shots from Tenerife that I took on the flight over there which had a lot of colour. They were pictures I shot through the plane window of the setting sun above the clouds but as I started processing them I decided it really wasn't working for me.
Next I looked at some shots I took of birds but nothing really grabbed me. Then I remembered a shot I had processed back last year. It is very abstract (for me) but I really liked it at the time and I want to post something a bit different on this times challenge.
So here is the photo. As usual I would love to hear what you think.
I think the clock on this shot only having the 5 showning on its face is a lovely piece of design, and was what made me think of using it for 'The Office'.