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Adrian Dornford-Smith

Glass Ceiling

Canon EOS 1300D, 18-55mm, 1/20 sec at f/8, ISO 6400 Canon EOS 1300D, 18-55mm, 30 sec at f/3.5, ISO 1600

Glass Ceiling
    • Adrian Dornford-Smith
      I was enjoying some hygge in our living room, lying back on the sofa, I noticed the shadows on the ceiling made an interesting pattern. So I caressed my camera into action and took a shot. In the less cosy and a lot less real ale influenced light of the next day, I reconsidered interesting. At the same time I was considering a go at Milky Way photography and was waiting for the next new moon. A few nights later I ventured out into the dark and had a bash. The results also led me to question interesting. If you squinted, stared and viewed the results though a very strong real ale filter, you could just about convince yourself of the presence of our galaxy. So two photos not high on the interesting magnitude scale, what to do?
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    May 3, 2019
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    File Size:
    1.9 MB
    Mime Type:
    Canon EOS 1300D
    Date / Time:
    2019:04:25 23:58:59
    Exposure Time:
    1/20 sec
    ISO Speed Rating:
    ISO 6400
    Focal Length:
    24 mm

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