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Old Sep 27, 2012, 1:03 AM   #1
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Default Rainy weather doesn't mean stay indoors

Good morning all,

A day filled with showers to most photographer's means to stay indoors, work on other projects, go through old photos, or just take a break. But to me, it's a time to get wet, and enjoy nature in ways not many do. My perfect day was me standing down at my local state park and feeling the rain hit my head as I looked for interesting photo opportunities. The first photo was taken down at the park Exposure was .5 seconds with an Aperture of f/6.3 @ ISO 100, the second taken around 1am while I was outside on my deck. The lighting was from a porch light. Exposure was 8 seconds with an Aperture of f/8 @ ISO 200. Both photos were taken with a Canon 28-200mm Lens.





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Old Sep 27, 2012, 1:37 PM   #2
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Very nice. Just me but I would have left a little more space for the blooms in the first one.

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