Mathematically, there must be an infinite number of possible photographs, so technically there must also an infinite number of good photographs. Where and how they might be taken though, is an entirely different kettle of fish :-/ In other words, I don't have anything to put up.

So, here's a shot I took last summer that's been sat around in my 'processed' folder since then. My normal workflow involves converting the RAW files I want to work with, after which I process them in photoshop. Those that have no merit end up being deleted, those that work end up being posted, and those that I'm not sure about or want to revisit, just sit there ... metaphorically gathering dust. Anyway, this one didn't work, at least not in its original format, but it seems much better when cropped to 2x1.

From left to right: Camilla, Amirah, Harmony and my wife. Finley arrived nine days later.

Hopefully I'll have something a bit different to put up tomorrow as I'm going to spend some time this evening thinking through what I might shoot over the next few days. I think it's time for a bit of a change.

focal length
shutter speed
shooting mode
exposure bias
metering mode
image quality
RAW converter
11.55am on 14/8/05
Canon 20D
EF 17-40 f/4L USM
17mm (27mm equiv.)
aperture priority
C1 Pro
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