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02/08/2012 - 11:40 PM

I like that one!

PeteYou probably have a camera with a menu system with 101 modes that you never use, and wonder why they are there. I'm the same. Over the years I've used an endless number of cameras and generally end up setting aperture priority mode, and using exposure compensation to tweak the camera's suggested exp...

15/01/2012 - 9:45 PM

Day 142: Stargazing

discreetphoton I dug out my cameraís remote and went back up to the local observatory tonight, as I felt it was only fitting to capture it with a sense of purpose. In one respect, photographing it became a little more difficult because it was surrounded by cars, only feet from the door. However, I wasnít the...

23/11/2011 - 6:34 PM

Day 90: Rawmarsh Hill

discreetphoton I considered walking around the local churchyard this evening, but got distracted by an unlocked gate (this is something which happens regularly). Instead I ended up in the World War II memorial garden, which is small, but well-placed for the view looking down towards town. My favourite pho...

06/11/2011 - 11:25 PM

Day 73: Clifton Park fireworks

discreetphoton Clifton Park fireworks Tonight we went to an organised display in the centre of Rotherham. They drew quite a crowd, and were supported by a travelling fairground fleet. It seemed to be appropriate to try and capture all of these elements, although it was a fight for space. Nikon D300; Ta...

05/11/2011 - 11:31 PM

Day 72: Guy Fawkes Night

discreetphoton Guy Fawkes Night Fireworks are usually tricky to photograph, although theyíre always great fun to watch. Itís hard to compose images properly, because itís usually impossible to predict where they are going to appear in the sky. I decided to try and include some traffic trails with the ones cre...