- Aperture: f/6.3
- Focal Length: 24mm
- ISO: 200
- Shutter: 1/2000 sec
- Camera: NIKON D700
Whoops, there I go again completely forgetting to post something new for ages, everyone forgets I exist and I need to build some new images. As it happens, I’ve got loads to choose from so I just need to buckle down and post them!
Took this on the P&O cruise liner, Arcadia, a few weeks ago. I was down in Southampton with the crew of a new Timothy Spall film called Re-Uniting The Rubins shooting key scenes on the ship. It was, fortuitously, absolutely incredible weather, and I’d nipped up to the top deck of the ship with some of the other crew while the camera and lighting departments set up in one of the rooms. This is one of the radar spheres, I think. Not that nautical so correct me if I’m wrong.
It’s straight out the camera too, to all intents and purposes. I ran it through Adobe Camera Raw to process it as a JPG, but that’s it. It didn’t really need anything else, not even a crop to centre it up, which is pleasing and something of a change for this blog. Let me know your thoughts if any.