Sefton Park Mist V

Back to Sefton Park. Tomorrows will be quite different in case anyone’s a bit bored of orange parks filled with beams of light and people walking their dogs.


7 responses to “Sefton Park Mist V”

  1. Wow, you certainly picked a good day to go down to the park! Have enjoyed this little series…

  2. I can’t see how people can get bored with such exilerating shots, Apart from sound technical know-how lady luck plays a big part in being in the right spot at the right time. Keep on the good work mate.

  3. File name: img_5631-edit-1.jpg
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    EXIF Summary: 1/400s f/8.0 ISO100 70mm

    Camera-Specific Properties:

    Equipment Make: Canon
    Camera Model: Canon EOS 30D
    Camera Software: Adobe Photoshop CS3 Macintosh
    Photographer: Pete Carr
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    Image Created: 2007:11:20 10:28:38
    Exposure Time: 1/400 sec
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    Nice shot, just think you should remove exif data

  4. Why? I leave it in so people can learn what settings I used.

  5. Great image. Very hi-tech.
    Because 100% tonal values I could see.
    The time chosen for the shot is very correct.
    In such a harsh / contrasty light you could create all tones. Great

  6. Please forgive me if my English bad .
    that is so beautiful .
    and amazing .