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Went on a mini RB meet last evening with Stuart Chapman and Geoff Carpenter 2 fellow RB members living in Kent.

We visited Reculver looking for some night shots. Only my second experience of attempting to ‘shoot in the dark’ and what a challenge it was. Beautiful starlit night but with a rising mist, strong light influences from the night illumination of the towers – but hey it was great fun. Good company, chilly evening, wet cameras, wet feet – what more do you want?

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Canon 400D, Canon EF-S 17-85mm IS USM Lens at 17mm, ISO 400, 15 secs at f4. Tripod and remote control, frequent wipes of camera lens and a little painting of light with an old torch.

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Comments

  • Geoff Carpenter
    Geoff Carpenterover 3 years ago

    Hi Bob, well done mate! Sorry I got in first. Your stars show up well! A very enjoyable evening and we must do it again! Soon!!!

  • Thanks Geoff – it’s interesting that we both chose the same shot to display! Totally agree, Stuart mentioned perhaps some dawn work next!

    – Bob Culshaw

  • Desirée Glanville
    Desirée Glanvilleover 3 years ago

    fab capture!!

  • Thank you so much Daisy, I appreciate that.

    – Bob Culshaw

  • Stuart Chapman
    Stuart Chapmanover 3 years ago

    It was a pleasure to finally meet with you Bob. At least you two stopped at wet feet, my trousers were wet after the final rock hop back to the car!

    Love how the stars have popped out here and that’s a nice bit of light painting on the water outlight. I like how you (and Geoff managed it too) to split the light with red and blue either side of the towers.

    Do you think if we meet up everytime the Dale and the Gills play we’d win 3-1?

  • Hey Stuart the pleasure was all mine – great to meet you too! yes thrilled I got the stars – interesting that Geoff and I have chosen the same work to display!

    Re the soccer – perhaps we should arrange to meet every Saturday untill the end of the season to ensure that there is a Dale v Gills match next season!

    Best regards – until the next time!

    – Bob Culshaw

  • autumngirl
    autumngirlover 3 years ago

    Ah, I just saw both of these, and like this one much better! Nice!

  • Thank you so much Michelle.

    – Bob Culshaw

  • Catherine Hamilton-Veal  ©
    Catherine Hami...over 3 years ago

    super work dear Bob, well worth the cold and wet.A bit remnisent of last March.LOLx

  • Thank you Catherine – a spot you know well and just like last March – but without the rain! xx

    – Bob Culshaw

  • Irene  Burdell
    Irene Burdellover 3 years ago

    Really beautiful work Bob , worth getting your feet wet for , a fave x

  • Thank you so much Irene – bit different for me but great experience. Thanks for the fave too. xx

    – Bob Culshaw

  • Dave Godden
    Dave Goddenover 3 years ago

    Excellent Bob – fave

  • Thank you so much Dave.

    – Bob Culshaw

  • Yhun Suarez
    Yhun Suarezover 3 years ago

    brilliant work Bob! :)

  • Thank you so much Yhun, I always appreciate your comments.

    – Bob Culshaw

  • David Davies
    David Daviesover 3 years ago

    Beautiful picture, Bob!

  • Thank you so much David.

    – Bob Culshaw

  • Anna Shaw
    Anna Shawover 3 years ago

    Fabulous work Bob.
    xx

  • Thank you so much Anna for your continuing support! xx

    – Bob Culshaw

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