inside of a car

Walking the dog this morning and came home with these. It was cold, very cold. The second photo is 2,5s at f22. The water was very noisy (a bit windy) and that’s why I tried to get as long shutter as possible. I had the polarizer on too for this reason. Click both images for high res version.

For the burned car I couldn’t see how well I focused (I didn’t wanna climb inside) and I wasn’t very successful. I should have focused 10-20cm further away.

from this morning


About Carl Rytterfalk

Welcome to my blog! I'm Carl Rytterfalk, a swedish photographer who loves everything that is interesting in the world of photography. In 2002 I fell in love with the three layered Foveon sensor and has since then been an addicted user of Sigma cameras. Though I use Canon and Nikon as well. :)
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5 Responses to inside of a car

  1. komar_kzy says:

    Great shots as allways, but what are thouse dots in the second photo? After polishing my lcd I realised it’s not my fault this time :D

  2. Carl says:

    Dots are now GONE! :D

  3. komar_kzy says:

    I can still see one of them :) Near the top of the tree. I have to admit that they look realy like Pepsi dots on my lcd :) The first fought was “oh no someone has oppened a drink in front of my monitor again” :D

    Was the lens dirty? Or is it dust on Your sensor ?

  4. Please, could you show me what dot you’re talking about. You talking about that white thing behind the tree? Or noise? :D

  5. komar_kzy says:

    Here: http://img132.imageshack.us/img132/4400/thisbe8.jpg (srry very bad compression)

    Most visible (on the original) when you scroll the picture up and down.

    If I can see this on my non-calibrated “TN” 20″ Benq (fp202w) I wonder what would happen on eizo or good iiyama ;)

    Cheers

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