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The Ghost of Drum Lane

By whipspeed
Well, not technically a ghost, but one of our new photography group on an outing, being a ghost for us Smile

Tags: Ghost Architecture Northampton Landscape and travel Public image group

Voters: CaroleS, mhfore, SlowSong and 7 more

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mhfore 11 6 176 England
27 Jan 2012 5:04PM
A good capture of the colour and water Sarah, there is no exif to look at, did you use "Bulb" for this. Smile


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SlowSong Plus
9 7.4k 30 England
27 Jan 2012 5:08PM
Love those neon colours gleaming in the rain. Our eye is led nicely up to that inviting looking yellow window far off in the distance and I do like that ghostly figure.
whipspeed 13 4.2k 22 United Kingdom
27 Jan 2012 5:14PM
Hi Martin, didn't use bulb on this. Exif data is ISO100, apeture f6.3 and eposure was 30 seconds. I got Simon to stand still for seconds and then to start to walk away from me in slow motion Smile Lens was used at the 40mm end for this and it has been very slightly cropped, and sharpened. Hope that helps.

We have just set up a new splinter group from our local camera club to go out shooting together and are having great fun, well apart from the weather last night as it was raining and sleeting and very cold, so we ended up in the pub, again. Hence our group name Public Image, or Pub Club.
Fefe Plus
6 23 31 United Kingdom
27 Jan 2012 5:47PM
The colours in this are amazing and it looks soooo wet, the ghost adds a certain something but would be just as good without. Like it a lotGrinGrin
whipspeed 13 4.2k 22 United Kingdom
27 Jan 2012 5:49PM
Diane, it was sooooooooo wet. Even my waterproof coat was wet through, luckily the pub was warm and we dried off Smile
27 Jan 2012 11:27PM
Fabulous - love the colours
whipspeed 13 4.2k 22 United Kingdom
28 Jan 2012 12:22PM
Thanks Chris, I've tried to keep them as accurate as possible.

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