Just for once I don’t really have a lot to say about today’s image other than that I like it, and it was one of those shots that as soon as you look in the viewfinder (or LCD display in this case) you know i) that it’s going to work (by which I mean it works for me), and ii) exactly how you want it to look when it’s finished – and that doesn’t happen all that often, at least not for me. That said, I don’t think this is a “challenging” image (see yesterday’s comments) – by any stretch of the imagination – but I am pleased with the way it turned out ;-)

So, given that I don’t have anything else to say about this shot, I thought I’d point you at a few of photoblogs I’ve been looking at recently that you might not have come across.

The first is peppered, a UK based photoblog. What I like about this blog, other than the pictures, is the rather unique navigational system – if you follow the link you’ll see what I mean. The second is joe’s nyc. What I love about this site is the way in which it seems to capture something that I, as someone from England, immediately recognise as being North American. I’ve only visited the States a couple of times, so am not all that familiar with it, but Joe’s site really does seem to capture it’s flavour (or what I imagine that flavour to be). And the third site, and most unusual of these three, is Glipto29 photo. I wont describe it, as I think it’s worth seeing prior to any explanation (if that makes sense).

camera
capture date
aperture
shutter speed
shooting mode
exposure bias
metering mode
ISO
focal length
image quality
white balance
optical filter
Canon G5
2.40pm on 15/3/04
f2.5
1/50
program AE
+0.0
evaluative
100
11.2mm
RAW
auto
B+W UV 010
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