Sunday 3 February 2008

Greystones B&W


This morning we had a shoot in Greystones. The objective was to capture some B&W images while experimenting with ISO and shutter speeds. The conditions were pretty poor and it was quite a struggle to get any shots without getting the camera and lens wet! All of the photos below were taken with ISO 400.



S 160



S 160




S 125


8 comments:

Kaz said...

more fab photos! you must have a good eye, cos these all look brill to me lol
love the bottom one most.

Annamarie said...

More fantastic photos! I love the one with the tyres the best.

joanne wardle said...

they are all brilliant. for some reason I like the tyre one best!
I love looking at your photos! keep 'em coming!

Paula said...

Love B&W pictures they always look great. Fab layout below too.

Scrappelise said...

The b/w photos are fantastic, it must be really satisfying when you are that good to see the things around you and take pictures of it. I have a question for you Audrey, I`m working with a LO from Dublin, the subject is an old man. And I was hoping to get the title in the real Irish language. I was planning to call it " A charming man" and it would have been so nice to be able to write it in Gaelic. Of course I do not know if you are familiar to the language but I dare to ask. And I hope I`m not impotunate by asking this question.

Scrappelise said...
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Scrappelise said...

As you maybe have seen I`ve deleted my last comment. But I`m still very happy if you are able to help me with a title. And I guess I`ve found a much better title (and it was not exactly a charming man either) but it was a very interesting man. And I would like to have it as the title. So if you are able to translate it "A very interesting man " (or person) to Gaelic I will be so very grateful. But please, if it causes you to much work, don`t do it Audrey! :)

Marlou said...

great images Audrey, love black/white photos, my favourite :) x