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on Nov 2, 2007 in Landscape Photography, Random Thoughts

Hard Day’s Night – 11.02.07

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We’re up here in Big Sky country and after getting the morning’s work done, we headed out to check out some new country. When you’re in Big Sky country (MT) and there are no clouds, you have lots of hard light. Lots! We found this very cool little place, Sedan (thought of you flyboy) where this old, one room school house old playground stood abandoned. Lucky for me, a 16f2.8 (along with 24-70AFS) arrived today so I decided to play. Had a great time shooting with the 16 on the D3 (better than the 10.5 IMP) and with a little assist from Color Efex 3.0 B&W infrared, came up with a couple of fun images.

While I might have had bad light, it didn’t compare at all to this bad night

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Photos captured by D3, 16f2.8 / 14-24AFS on Lexar UDMA digital film