Posts by tag: colour

Day #344

Posted by Caz on Tuesday, 9th December 2008

Day #344Title: Rainbow Refractions
Location: Upminster
Camera: Canon EOS 30D / 17-85mm EF f/4-5.6 IS USM
Notes: I went along to Upminster Camera Club this evening, to meet with Sarab365, Dave Wilcox, TimAHowell and Jeff Oliver, fellow 366 folks who have managed to get this far. We were all there to hear Ken “Touchingthelight” Scott give a slide presentation – inspirational as usual. I hadn’t managed to get a picture during the day, so this was a quick grab of one of the Christmas decorations adorning the community centre hall.

Day #226

Posted by Caz on Wednesday, 13th August 2008

Day #226Title: A Play Of Light
Location: Brentwood Cathedral
Camera: Canon EOS 30D / 24-105mm EF f/4 L IS USM
Notes:
My camera club had a photoshoot at the Catholic Cathedral in Brentwood today. It was a blustery day, with the light coming and going – this fleeting colour was to be seen on the floor, lit by one of the stained glass windows. Unfortunately, I didn’t stay very long as I was feeling a bit grotty – coughing and sneezing in an echoey church is a bit embarrassing! So I came home and doped myself up with meds.

Day #211

Posted by Caz on Tuesday, 29th July 2008

Day #211Title: Roofline
Location: Norwich Market
Camera: Canon EOS 30D / 24-105mm EF f/4 L IS USM
Notes:
Spent a very pleasant day visiting Norwich today – I haven’t been for years, and I’d forgotten how nice it was. I took lots of different images, but picked this one because of its iconic association with the town – it’s the roof of the refurbished market in front of the Town Hall. A great splash of colour.

Day #180

Posted by Caz on Saturday, 28th June 2008

Day #180Title: A Bit Of Passion
Location: At home
Camera: Canon EOS 30D / 50mm EF f/1.8 + 12mm extension tube
Notes: The passion flower over my back gate is beginning to flower now, and looks quite sculptural in detail. It’s always a devil to get a big enough depth of field to keep all of it sharp, so this time I’ve mainly concentrated on the central portion and petals, and let the stamen go a little bit fuzzy.