Norwich Cathedral Cloisters. Infrared filter, 20 second exposure, colour adjusted in post. Some people arrived down the far end towards the end of the shutter being open, hence the ghosts.
OH NOES GHOASTS!
I like visiting the cathedral, and the cloisters are one of my favourite bits. I always wonder how many people have walked those slabs over the last 900 years.
Also, there was a man running through here with some papers, wearing a suit and staff badge. It took all my self-control to not shout "No running in the cloisters, boy!"
Anything too full-on reflects off the "velvet" backdrop and the "iPhone" screen.
9th Feb 2013, 18:51
There are many like it, but this one is mine.
23rd Jan 2013, 18:23
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Not a lens cap, but a 720nm filter which blocks almost all visible light - while letting infrared through. Most digital cameras are (to varying degrees) sensitive to infrared. This model is more sensitive than some.
I'm looking forward to this.
19th Jan 2013, 19:36
Was pleasantly surpised to find Peggy loves the snow, albeit not quite as much as Lemmy does.
ISO2000, flash, some minor cropping, B&W; conversion done in post.
This is just a quick shot of the gecko, it's cropped a bit from native size and has lost some detail during resizing, but crikey this lens is sharp. Second image is at 100%.
No processing other than cropping, pretty much standard settings on the camera too. Can't wait to get out and about with this little bundle of fun..
Got a good offer for my Nikon gear, so picked up one of these babies today. Charge faster, battery!
15th Jan 2013, 13:53