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” Early Light “

Well early mornings are the order of the day on weekends for me at the moment. I am shooting a series of marketing shots for one of our local ballooning companies and getting out of the cot at 3.30am to capture the proceedings is trying me out a bit.  It really is the best time of the day though and playing around with high ISO’s on the D700 is working a treat as this together with light from the balloon burners and a bit of natural light is the go for nice natural looking shots. This was shot taken using 6400 iso at 2.8 with the 85mm f1.4 and run through NIK Define noise reduction software.  Shit these Nikons are Good.

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Posted by hodgy1 on September 27, 2010
9 Comments Post a comment
  1. 09/28/2010

    sheesh Pete…that’s commitment!! Great shot too….really like the light on his face.

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  2. 09/28/2010

    Thanks Sandy, The light on his face was the main attraction thats for sure.

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  3. 09/29/2010

    Lovely shot Pete, it’s full of feeling. I feel sleepy just looking at it 🙂

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  4. 10/1/2010

    Great shot, also love the light and the depth of field. Yes nikons are great,good to see someone else using them.

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  5. 10/3/2010
    Tony Middleton

    Looks great under larger/closer inspection hodgy ! I look fwd to more from the outings. 🙂

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  6. 10/4/2010
    wayte27

    Hey Pete, hows the detail, nice lines with the balloon ropes and the gas torch looks awesome cheers Adrian

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    • 10/4/2010

      Cheers Adrian,
      How’s married life treating you or are you still in honeymoon mode.

      Reply

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