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Busy is good

As Danielle mentioned in her latest post, we have been extremely busy in the last few days, working really hard on a proposal. But good things come to those who wait, or at least that's how it goes :) In the middle of this busy time, we received our Canon EOS 20D (YAY!) and, of course, as soon as we had some spare time (friday afternoon, just after finishing the proposal) we rushed to the beach (Bondi to Bronte walk) and took a few pictures. The weather was fantastic, a bit windy but that got us some nice shots of the waves crashing on the rocks.

I have created a photo album with some of the pictures. Enjoy!

Posted on November 28, 2004 - 12:00


Hey there, forgot to check the blog - you ARE still alive! Nice pictures, when will I get to see where you live?

Posted by: Iréne | Nov 29, 2004 10:11:06 PM

Well, now, you will do a review that I ask:
I want you to shoot with the highest ASA setting: 3200, or 6400, whatever this thing gives you, with just the light in your house, and also with the light of a candle, or several candles. Give it the best possible analysis, and upload it somewhere for us to download 2 pictures with that analysis. I want to see how that baby behaves in the difficult situations.
Please write whatever you believe that will help me understand better those pictures: speed it used, overides that you did, etc :-)
Thats my boy :-)

Posted by: | Nov 30, 2004 4:17:18 AM

I posted the last one. Forgot to put my name there

Posted by: koyan | Nov 30, 2004 4:30:23 AM

that fisherman yeah? how long was he standing there then before he was swept out to see by that wave?.......

Posted by: Jen | Dec 1, 2004 9:30:56 PM