This morning I went for a walk around Lake Ginninderra and while I was walking I started playing with the menu on my Sony α7S. While I was stepping through the shooting menu to change from timer (I’d be using the Sony for some food photography as work) to single shot my finger slipped and I noticed more options in this menu. I came across an option for continuous bracket exposure 0.3 EV. I also noticed I could change that to 3 or 5 shots and change the exposure increment from 0.3 to 0.5 to 0.7 to 1 to 2 EV.
One of my work mates is very keen on growing roses. One day I mentioned I grow roses in the garden bed in the balcony in the rented apartment. When I explained that I do nothing to maintain the two plants which produce red and pink roses the look on my friend’s face was priceless.
This is more of a test post. I’ve just installed a new plug in called Easy2MapPhotos The plug in allows me to add a map to each photograph I upload so you can see the location from where the photograph was shot.
I grew up in Brisbane and spent 12 formative years in Darwin. These are places near beaches. As a teenager and young adult much of my spare time was on the beach and in the surf. It was like my natural habitat. In Darwin going to the beach is potentially dangerous with crocodiles able to chase you on the sand and deadly jellyfish in the water.
Black swans are meant to be rare
Yet here in Australia black swans are common.
Hello Mr Owl Statue out on a walk in downtown Belconnen
Weekend wanderings around Lake Ginninderra on a fine and hot Spring day
Pelicans at John Knight Memorial Park on Lake Ginninderra
Trying the Sony α7S after sunset and shooting Mr Owl