Feb 042008
 

That was one of those no-more-than-a-single-image days, and this is another shot taken with the Sigma 70/2.8. You see, I love this lens! It’s not stabilized, but that’s not really a problem with the D300. I use it with Auto-ISO set to 1/100s minimum shutter speed and a maximum ISO of 3200, and that almost always suffices.

In this case I have used f2.8, 1/500s and ISO 200. The result was a tad busy and not as balanced as I wanted it, thus I have invested quite a bit in post-processing.

The Song of the Day is “Sometimes In Winter” from the 1969 Blood, Sweat & Tears album “Blood, Sweat & Tears“.

  2 Responses to “478 – Sometimes In Winter”

  1. Well okay, it’s an impressive lens. BUT it sure does not look capable of taking tack sharp pictures through fog! Heh heh heh…

    Evocative composition – again you use roads as powerful metaphors.

  2. To the contrary: I had to invent fog to make it seem less sharp and contrasty 🙂

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