Monthly Archives: May 2008

>Mulroy Bay early morning

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After a dull start to the day for sunrise at five in the morning the clouds started to break up and the sun came out to play. While driving around Rosguill point I spotted a small  harbour and found the road down to this harbour. The above image was taken from the harbour wall at around eight in the morning just before we started to drive back to the hotel for breakfast. This is a image of Mulroy Bay with the reflection of the clouds in the water. I waited for the sun to go behind some of the dark clouds so the highlight would not blow out.
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Mulroy Bay early morning

After a dull start to the day for sunrise at five in the morning the clouds started to break up and the sun came out to play. While driving around Rosguill point I spotted a small  harbour and found the road down to this harbour. The above image was taken from the harbour wall at around eight in the morning just before we started to drive back to the hotel for breakfast. This is a image of Mulroy Bay with the reflection of the clouds in the water. I waited for the sun to go behind some of the dark clouds so the highlight would not blow out.

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>The Zone System

>This article is taken from the Wikipedia website.

The Zone System is a photographic technique for determining optimal film exposure and development, formulated by Ansel Adams and Fred Archer in 1941. The Zone System provides photographers with a systematic method of precisely defining the relationship between the way they visualize the photographic subject and the final results. Although it originated with black and white sheet film, the Zone System is also applicable to roll film, both black and white and color, negative and reversal, and to digital photography.

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The Zone System

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The Zone System is a photographic technique for determining optimal film exposure and development, formulated by Ansel Adams and Fred Archer in 1941. The Zone System provides photographers with a systematic method of precisely defining the relationship between the way they visualize the photographic subject and the final results. Although it originated with black and white sheet film, the Zone System is also applicable to roll film, both black and white and color, negative and reversal, and to digital photography.

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What The Duck

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What The Duck

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Donegal Trip

I am just back from my 3 day Donegal trip to Downies, Rosguil Peninsula. Again wonderful wheather and loads of full memory cards (10 gig worth). I was with six members of the Navan Camera Club. A lot of driving was done over the few days and I interduced a couple of the members to the 5 o’clock sunrise. The image above was taken on the road down from Fanad Head to Portsalon looking out over Lough Swilly and the Inishowen Peninsula. More to follow if I can get the time to process let alone look at the images.

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