Dynamic Barca March 30, 2014Andrew 15 Comments Well today I tested whether the new camera is waterproof. It passed with flying colours. I also started to play with some of the filters. Here is just a sample. Share this:FacebookEmailPinterestTwitterLike this:Like Loading... Related
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I found the filters overdramatised things, but I like the shot of the men gesticulating.
Water, water everywhere, and producing such glistening photo’s … Glad the camera passed the test, Andrew, xx
I’m not much for filters that change the colors to a significant degree but I like all three scenes very much. I like photo number three of the two men talking. That one seems to have a different filter and is not “severe.” I’ve been tailgating your blog since October, 2012 and I’ve noticed how your phototography has evolved. I’m quite impressed with the truely fine photos that you’ve been taking. I think you are very much in your element now. But I’m still partial to the birds. 🙂
Yvonne, I will return to the birds, rest assured. My shoulder feels better now. I need to find time to go to the boardwalks to check the gulls!
Girls and their boots and hose–universal statements of youth! What’s that line from MY FAIR LADY?–‘the rain in Spain stays mainly on the plain’–or is it plane. 😉
I’m hoping for a rain free flight tonight Marylin. The weather in HK has been scary and the forecast remains bad. I hope we can land safely.
Don’t like those filters, but I feel sure that most do. I agree that the Barrio Gotico looks suitably eery, though …
Jenny killed my rain in Spain comment. 🙂 Some camera…the bird’s out of focus. 😀
But do you know what species it is, Steve?
The first to mind would be a pigeon but the wings are not broad enough, so I’d say some kind of gull maybe? I’d have to say, though, that I have a feeling there is a bit of humour that has just flown over my head. 🙂
It is indeed a gull, Steve. Congrats. I think a Yellow-legged Gull but I wasn’t really paying attention.
Dang…I thought I was going to be the butt of some joke. It is one of my many talents.
Sorry … 🙂
Ooooh, rain in Spain? I just love that girl’s boots!