This was taken at the end of last month and is a shot of Tabby of me in a hammock in a friend's garden. There are two things I like about this one: one, it's a fun shot, and two, her slightly false smile. She was enjoying swinging back and forth, but was also a little bit nervous about it too. And while the plaster on her forehead looks a bit incongruous, photographically speaking at least, I decided not to clone it out. She'd tripped over earlier that day, and slid along the pavement on her head, and insisted that we leave the plaster on her head.

In other news: it's just over two weeks since Libby headed back to the UK to have the baby (due 11th November), and about four and a half weeks until she gets back. She's doing fine, and the kids and I are surviving pretty well, but time is r e a l l y  b e g i n n i n g  t o  d r a g and I miss her :(

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camera
aperture
shutter speed
shooting mode
exposure bias
metering mode
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flash
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RAW converter
cropped?
6.26pm on 30/9/09
Ricoh GR Digital III
f/3.5
1/45
aperture priority
+1/3 (-2/3 FEC)
evaluative
125
yes
RAW
ACR
no
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