May 20, 2011 at 3:40 pm | Posted in Project 52, Uncategorized | Leave a comment
20/52, originally uploaded by ChrisSinn.

Another IR shot!

I’m loving this camera I must say, and now I’m getting to know it a bit better it seems to be behaving itself ūüėČ The weekend was supposed to be overcast and rainy, so with the sun popping out briefly on the Saturday morning I jumped in the car and off I sped. I was hoping to find some more flowers in a churchyard I’d been to in the past, but unfortunately the bluebells had gone – I have put a reminder in the diary for next year, because the daffs will look stunning if I can catch them in their glory. There was the¬†occasional flower that I was able to shoot¬†, but I have no idea what it is unfortunately.

On the way back there was this ‘tunnel’ of trees hanging over the curve of the road – I’m going to have to go back when the sky is clear,¬†because¬†although I like the shot, it’ll look much better when the clouds on the left hand side of the pic aren’t there – two minutes after this shot was taken the whole area clouded over and that was the last of the pics from the day – but I got a few at least!



April 22, 2011 at 6:02 pm | Posted in Project 52 | Leave a comment
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16/52, originally uploaded by ChrisSinn.

A day out in the park!

It was a sunny day, I wasn’t at work – what more could you want but to go to the park and have a sit in the sun? I’d looked at the map and noticed a bit of green not too far away from home, so I thought I’d grab a few cameras and head off for an inspect.

I really need to be a bit more selective about¬†what¬†cameras I carry mind – about half an hour in I was absolutely knacked, I don’t think I really needed every camera lens I own, but having said all that, I did almost use some of them – and even ended up with some nice pics, so it made it worth it!

The pic above is another infra red jobbie, and I’m really enjoying the format – black and white with a bit more oomph! I’d taken this pic normally but both the colour and the black and white versions lacked something ¬†– convert to the IR camera, and the sky turns black and the leaves turn white, and it’s just enough to make an interesting scene – I’m really looking forward to use it to take more of the church shots, and as a bonus, it seems to be focusing properly with the different lens attached- hurrah!

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