OUTER SUBURBS 268 – EARLY MORNING 8: LOOKING UP AND RECEIVING AN IMPRESSION

 

 


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Walking again past the uncertain shops, looking up at more clouds lit by the rising sun, and forming an impression of how they might look.Β  Then later, in post-processing, trying to recreate that impression, starting by rotating the image by 90 degrees anticlockwise, and then heading on in towards abstraction and fantasy.

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Technique: TG-5 at 49mm (equiv); 800 ISO; spot metering; Lightroom, starting at the Modern 01 profile; south Bristol; 4 Aug 2020.
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12 comments

  1. How pretty; lovely colours. Have you had any of the recent thunderstorms? We had some earlier in the week which kept knocking out our power. No flooding though, thank goodness. Will be glad when the humidity abates!

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    • Very glad it gets to you, my friend! We’ve had a couple of thunderstorms, but nothing like as many as have been forecast on the BBC. Yes, this humidity is really innervating (is that the word???). πŸ™‚

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      • Yes – they seemed to have forecast a thunderstorm warning for all of the UK even though they are hit and miss. Covering all bases! I had to look up innervating – something about supplying the body or an organ with nerves πŸ™‚

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          • πŸ™‚ We’ve been spending a lot of time doing cryptic crosswords over the last few months – well Guardian Quiptics to be precise – and I’m discovering lots of lovely words I didn’t previously know. Can’t seem to get back into photography but the crosswords help to settle my troubled mind a bit.

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