ISO 6400, comp. –3, and I almost hate to say it, handheld. Taken this morning.
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A book of interest today:
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David Bostedo: "Looks like you could use more exposure range...the bulb filaments are blown out and not visible."
Mike replies: True, but I can recover the shape of the glass globe:
Did the mighty dragoon just swat you down with its awesomeness? [g]
Nicholas Condon: "Okay, that recovered image of the globe made me laugh. It's also amusing that you used a camera capable of ridiculous resolution and dynamic range to take a picture of a foggy day where the highlights are completely blown and the shadows are almost completely stopped. On the other hand, it's a really nice picture."
Ernest Theisen: "I sometimes get up at 4:00 in the morning but I don't take my camera to the bathroom with me."
Mike replies: I wasn't going to the bathroom outside, I promise.
Jeff: "Photo for your book Waukesha de Nuit, I suppose."
[In case you didn't get Jeff's reference: perhaps the most famous early book of night photography is Brassaï's Paris de Nuit, or Paris by Night. —Mike]