With the traffic stopped for new years, it was a perfect time to take some pictures..
Here are the results of a recent trip to Graffham, a village nestled at the feet of the South Downs.
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Panoramas do work when your moving, Observe:
Me + t’other half had some time off, so we went to various places, including Lego Land (awesome), Chessington world of adventures (Huge Queues, which smelt of wee)and Kew Gardens.
it was epically hot. Anyway, picture time.
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On the left is the sexy convention center. n square miles of air conditioning. Although for NAB 2011 we didn’t need it, During the setup I was wearing a fleece and a hunting jacket.
Here’s an attempt at street photography.
This is the second picture from the Heygate shoot. This one was shot on my nikon d40, unlike the last panorama(that was a little canon ixus). Sadly with all the colour and detail this picture was pretty boring.
So to make it (hopefully) a little more interesting I removed the colour and reduced almost to a silhouette
At the previous place of work I was asked to look after some motion capture tests. Here’s a director being introduced to the idea of a virtual camera.
Every now and then some mistakes are worth keeping.
Anybody who has passed through central London in the last few months will have seen the new tower block being built in Southwark. Its called “The Shard” and its massive. When its finished it’ll be bigger than Canary Warf.
Forgive the “jaunty” angle, I still only have a 50mm lens, so anything close has to be made using multiple images. I haven’t got round to painting in the edges yet.