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Happy New Year, London – It’s 2016!

Happy New Year From London

My last post described my New Year’s Eve experience in London.  This post shows you the results.  The fireworks display lasted around 11 minutes. I used my Canon 1DX and 16-35mm f/4L IS lens, set the ISO to 5000, shutter to 1/50 of a second, aperture was f/4 and I just left it at that for these photos.  I had to use some noiseware (Imagenomic) reduction software during the editing phase.

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Some of these images bring to mind an abstract painting.  All of these images bring to mind an incredible event.

 

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Longhorn Reflection

Longhorn Reflection

This is a funky little shot, but since I like longhorn cattle (dunno why), I just had to capture this image. I attended an awesome barbecue recently at a north Houston home and my hosts have a gameroom (hence the neon squiggle in this photo) with a mirrored display case. I used my Canon 5D Mark II and 24-105mm lens. It’s my all-purpose lens that I use for almost everything, but it’s not a fast lens, so I had to bump up the ISO to get this shot in the dim interior lighting of the room. I then used a little noise-reduction software.

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