Thursday, November 29, 2012

Sony RX100

Following on from the very poor performance of my G12 in low/night light (not helped by a scratch on the lens), I decided to invest in a Sony RX100 as this has a large sensor and very good antishake. So here are a couple of nightshots (both I think used the in-built HDR), followed by a local landscape and a macroshot. The indoor shot was under very mixed lighting but has coped well (no correction). The final is its sweep panorama sitting in the car - the outside scene is fine but odd things have happened to the steering wheel and dashboard.

Sunday, November 25, 2012

Very Wet Bristol

 We had a couple of hours to look round Bristol in the wind and rain. Reflections were the order of the day. Images were taken with the Canon G12 so not great quality as it is poor at focusing in low light and the noise is considerable at ISO 800 and above. Not the ideal low-light and night photography camera!

Saturday, November 24, 2012

John Lewis Cambridge

 Some of the images taken during a 2 hour shoot of John Lewis store in Cambridge.

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Christmas Comes to Center Parcs

Spending a couple of days with Peter and Holly in Elveden Center Parcs. Christmas has certainly arrived at the Parc but there are still a few beech trees in their full autumn skirts. The colours are more vibrant in the rain that we have had during the two days.

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Santon Downham and Brandon Park

 It rained very heavily until we started on our walk at Santon Downham but the rain cleared off for the rest of the days. Not a lot of fungi but agai the autumn colours made up for it.

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Clumber Park

 I stopped off in Sherwood Forest on my way back from Yorkshire hoping to find lots of fungi - only a very few damaged specimens but the autumn colours made a walk along the lake and through the woods worthwhile.

Huddersfield Shopping

 A few images to show the colourful side of Huddersfield.

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