Archive for the 'Canon EOS Photography' Category

Canon 20D and Olympus E-400 compared

Saturday, April 14th, 2007

The Steps From The Beach Last month, whilst the E-400 was away for repairs, I spent some time getting to know the Canon 20D and appreciating why the weight, size and handling of the Olympus is superior. None the less during March I made some interesting images with the Canon, mainly with my old 35mm […]

More Monochromatic Vision

Tuesday, March 27th, 2007

The Steps From Amos Beach To The Woods For some reason the matrix metering of the EOS 20D completely failed to cope with the exposure for this scene. None the less there is something about the image that I like and since the shot was taken in JPEG plus RAW mode I decided to see […]

Monochromatic Vision

Monday, March 26th, 2007

The Landing Stage Amos Restaurant I’ve been thinking, somewhat, about photography whilst under the influence of some strong antibiotics. That’s not why I’ve started taking pictures in monochrome. What I notice is that many colour photographs these days seem to be in-your-face images of people making strange expressions, or utilize bold colour to make statements, […]

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