Fish eye photos ......
Thursday, 19 March 2015
I was at Ely Cathedral last week retaking a couple of photos for my application for an RPS ARPS Distinction and I was asked by one of the Guides if I would take some photos of four of the carvings. I agreed to do this and went back this week. I decided while I was there to take a few photos for my ongoing Cathedral Project.I started with a few 'normal shots' and then switched to my 15mm fish eye lens. Always a bit of fun :)
Wednesday, 18 March 2015
Tuesday, 17 March 2015
Family trip to Crufts Dog Show - Hounds and Terriers day. What a great show, this was my first time there and I would like to go again next year. Light levels quite low so I was shooting at 2000 - 3200 ISO. Move photos from this show later.
|My wife and sister-in-law. I will not tell you the title 'they' came up with !|
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