My View and Inside too...

By Scottishlandscapes  
I set the camera up to do a long exposure test on the Sony 7r walked into the kitchen came back and switched the lamps on forgetting the camera was working and this is the result, strange in a peeping Tom way.

The reason I was testing the long exposure is the dreaded shutter slam with this camera, I happily report the image is sharp as a tack on the rooftop aerial on the high flats, even through the double glazing.

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rontear Plus
13 8 8 England
5 Mar 2014 10:48AM
Both sides now Dougie !!
Ron

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5 Mar 2014 11:15AM
Dougie, you experimental fellow you.
Looks like you've got a nice gaff there.

Alan
danbrann Plus
12 629 17
5 Mar 2014 11:21AM
Hit the heights again Dougie. I really haven't taken many images for a long time but on Saturday I went to do the rugby. I took 274 images. When viewed I deleted 261 of them....................... I had the camera on completely the wrong settings.
mikbee 9 3 8 Scotland
5 Mar 2014 11:29AM
Seems to a successful experiment Dougie.
You may recall my praise of my ''ancient'' Minolta 5D ?
The only downside is you need earmuffs when you hear the sound of the CLUNK the shutter makes !!
Mick.
Joline Plus
10 27 53 United States
5 Mar 2014 12:20PM
A most happy accident.
Richsr 9 91 223 England
5 Mar 2014 12:31PM
Certainly given a different image Dougie, looking in and then the outside reflection.
Good to here the camera performs well
R.
TanyaH Plus
13 1.3k 376 United Kingdom
5 Mar 2014 12:34PM
Hah! I did wonder why there was a shot of your (albeit lovely) double glazing, then read the description ... Grin Good lens though!! I used to have an old Zeiss Jena 135mm prime, and it was sharp as a tack, absolutely gorgeous. God knows whatever happened to it, but I remember it fondly *sigh* ... nice lampshade by the way Wink
RonnieAG Plus
7 153 116 Scotland
5 Mar 2014 2:19PM
SmileSmileSmileSmileSmile
R.
5 Mar 2014 3:42PM
full of intrigue ......
woolybill1 Plus
10 22 68 United Kingdom
5 Mar 2014 4:48PM
A happy accident?
Regards
Bill
Makes up for all the unhappy ones Bill.
Lillian Plus
7 22 17 United Kingdom
5 Mar 2014 5:11PM
Hope you went into the kitchen to put the kettle onGrin
Good to experiment...made a load of 'gaffs' in Venice myselfSad
Lillian
5 Mar 2014 6:20PM
That's "gaff" in the sense of one's "abode," not "****-up, " incidentally.
It's a GAFF in both senses of the word, not to worry I take offence at little these days just HATE clickers on so many sites.
jaktis Plus
12 84 Sweden
5 Mar 2014 7:39PM
An interesting effect that worked well

Peter
mrswoolybill Plus
10 990 1514 United Kingdom
5 Mar 2014 9:02PM
Inside out or outside in. Serendipity is not just the knack for making happy accidental discoveries but also the ability to recognise their value.
Moira
saltireblue Plus
6 6.2k 33 Norway
6 Mar 2014 5:53AM
INSide looking out or outside looking in? Clever, even if unintentional, Dougie.

Malc
viscostatic 10 35 5 United Kingdom
7 Mar 2014 8:54AM
A really interesting result Dougie. The exposure is spot on for both inside and out. It would be difficult to do this better deliberately.

Phil.
8 Mar 2014 8:37PM
Wow, that's beautiful. I like the reflection in the reflection. Lovely, warm light inside, nice blue light outside. Well seen,
Johanna
Rende Plus
9 38 4 Netherlands
9 Mar 2014 1:03PM
Wonderful combination of inside and outside Dougie; great colours and light.
Rende

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