The Ben

Capture Date: 2005:01:13 16:04:52 Camera: Canon EOS 20D Exposure Time (sec): 0.6 Aperture: 22.0 Exposure Program: Aperture Priority ISO: 100 Exposure Bias: 0.00 Metering Mode: Average Flash: Flash not fired; Compulsory flash mode Focal Length: 67.00 Lens: Sigma 18-125mm F3.5-5.6 DC RAW Coversion: Phase One - Capture One Pro Processing: As usual a tad of Velvia Vision plus what seems to be an increasing amount of healing brush to eliminate the rubbish that is piling up on the sensor! The weather today changed drastically, wonderful if really cold day. I HAD to go out and shoot a few. I was kind of house-bound waiting for the next chapter of the never ending 'Dream Job Saga'. The latest is that apparently 7 (SEVEN) interviews were not sufficient and now an interview with a chap in Japan is being arranged. I am told this will be the last one... sigh... So, this is one of the two keepers out of ~10 shots I took. The other one is my favourite and I'll post it tomorrow, I am however quite happy with this one too. That snow covered mountain in the back is Ben Lomond, which dominates Aberfoyle, Stronachlachar and Inversnaid on the East of Loch Lomond. One thing I have found lately is that I am actually taking less shots, probably because every capture is a tad more premeditated than it used to... AlsoI have become rather brutal in my selection of keepers, the criteria is 'would I post this?' if the answer is no it goes in the trash.

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