Pink Moon

Capture Date: 2005:01:24 23:26:57 Camera: Canon EOS 20D Exposure Time (sec): 481.0 Aperture: 13.0 Exposure Program: Manual ISO: 200 Exposure Bias: 0.00 Metering Mode: Multi-Segment Flash: Flash not fired; Compulsory flash mode Focal Length: 26.00 Lens: Sigma 18-125mm F3.5-5.6 DC RAW Coversion: Phase One - Capture One Pro Notes: A tad of Velvia Vision as usual, plus for the first time I had a wee go at the curves tool. I was trying (and I think I managed:) to render what I saw. So, the moon is out and I had to go and try out some night shots! Problem is that when it's cloudy (I mean the dull and gray type of cloudy) there's not a lot that's really interesting to photograph. Saying that, I really HAD to try and capture this place at night, and I am quite happy with the result; BUT, how much cooler would have this been with stars and stuff!?!? Anyway, I think the pinkyness is the reflection of the lights from Glasgow on the overcast sky. Either that or the aliens have landed...;-) Update: I forgot to mention that the reason I had 'Pink Moon', the fabulous album by Nick Drake, in mind was because of this beautiful post by Sara...

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Categories: [Night Photography]  [Scottish Landscapes]  


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