I actually posted a message on the TIF forum at 12:12:12 today, just "because". Someone came back and said, "oh, great. It's the end of the world..."
I've got to stop...
With the lousy weather over the past few weeks, I haven't been out shooting many pictures. As I said earlier, it's hard to get motivated. Add a level of stress on top of that over some personal issues and I've been doing what I do best: eat.
Anyway that has to stop today, for at least a little while. And getting out for a walk every day. 10 lbs by Christmas?
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I mentioned shooting bracketed shots for HDR, setting the camera to auto-ISO.
To learn more about why and how, go to my tech blog for a short tutorial...
A few images from this week
I did get out to shoot a few images this week other than the HDR's.
This was shot by opening the aperture all the way and focusing short, on something not even in the picture.
Here's another one. The nice soft round light shapes is called "Bokeh" and the 70-200 lens has a very pleasing one.
Winter's on its way!
There are icicles hanging on the rock faces where the highway was cut through.
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I should have some more for you by the weekend. At the very least, I have to shoot for the December Rally on The Imaging Forum (TIF). You can too! It's a great group of 100 friendly, motivated people with lots of tips and discussions and images to share, so come on over! It's free and easy.
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