Off to Delft in the morning, Eurostar willing. I am imagining:
2. Snow and ice.
3. Hot chocolate.
4. Stylish stationery, including, hopefully, the coolest, most organising 2010 Diary the world has ever seen.
5. Early darkness.
6. Ice skating.
7. Photos like Bruegal (sp?) paintings.
8. A new bag from the nice bag shop in Amsterdam.
9. A somewhat boring and depressing Monday when everything will be closed.
10. One late night (tomorrow).
11. A glut of episodes of The Wire.
29 December 2009
I don't know why, but I like this one. Well, I do know why in fact, and it is a personal thing, but here goes (feel free to mock - geekery is eminently mockable). It is the combination of a prime lens, the D700 and a decent bit of light - it combines to show just what the camera and a decent lens are capable of given the right conditions. I reckon this could be printed 24X16 or something and it would still look great. Click through if you don't believe me.
28 December 2009
I was asked to provide a link to the competition I entered over the course of 2009 in AP Magazine - well here it is. No easy link to the pics that I had placed I'm afraid, though anyone with any familiarity with my Flickr stream will in any case have seen most (or possibly all) of these.
23 December 2009
20 December 2009
17 December 2009
15 December 2009
14 December 2009
13 December 2009
8 December 2009
I'm doing something wrong. The sky looks horrible in this, and the picture just doesn't have the quality I would like it to. Yet I think that the camera I have is more than capable of rendering this scene in a manner that I would find acceptable - it was taken at ISO 3200 which might sound a lot but which, from following various websites and forums, I understand would normally give rise to better results than this. I must persevere - perhaps I am not "shooting to the right" sufficiently aggressively.
5 December 2009
4 December 2009
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