Dock and Dust

By: danitacahill

Jan 16 2012

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Category: Architectural photography, Photography, Water

15 Comments

Aperture:f/22
Focal Length:28mm
ISO:1600
Shutter:1/400 sec
Camera:Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XTi

I took this photo during one of my morning walks around Cheadle Lake in Lebanon, Oregon.

I’m fond of this shot.

Photographers – I’m sure you all know that feeling, that rush of excitement when you’ve captured an image that you think may be something special. I felt it with this shot and I couldn’t wait to get home and look at it on my computer screen and mess with it in editing.

I was pretty bummed to see all the spots in the sky from dust on my camera sensor. I’d noticed spots on another recent shot, so I’d turned my camera off and on several times to activate the automatic sensor cleaner before I’d headed out around the lake that morning. These spots proved that I will have to have the sensor professionally cleaned. Thankfully, I have a back-up camera body.

If I can get the spots cleaned up, I’d like to enter this photo in one of my camera club’s monthly contests.

All images copyright Danita Cahill. All rights reserved.

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15 comments on “Dock and Dust”

  1. Breathtaking… probably one of the best pictures that I’ve seen this week, good luck with it in the contest!

  2. Pamela wrote on my facebook link, “I love it!”

    Thank you, Pamela.

  3. love this photo… ~

  4. Great photo!!! I understand the camera dust frustration, had to have my sensor cleaned not long ago as well! Good luck with the contest!

  5. Beautiful colors of the silence. ūüôā

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  8. Reblogged this on miracahills and commented:

    Dock in the morning hours.


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