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26th January 2011
estrella de la puente de la mujer
i have a lens hood that came with my wide angle lens, but i hardly ever use it. partly because it's a little awkward to attach, and once i do it's even more awkward to put back in my bag with it still attached. but it's also because i quite like the way that the light reacts with the camera lens. sometimes it does brighten things too much, but other times you can achieve some really nice looking lens flares. and i think it was specifically at el cemetario that i learnt the lower (higher number) the aperture, the more 'starlike' the lightsource becomes. i thought i'd take advantage of that, on a particularly blistering day in buenos aires, when i crossed puente de la mujer - woman's bridge.

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26/01/2011
estrella de la puente de la mujer
i have a lens hood that came with my wide angle lens, but i hardly ever use it. partly because it's a little awkward to attach, and once i do it's even more awkward to put back in my bag with it still attached. but it's also because i quite like the way that the light reacts with the camera lens. sometimes it does brighten things too much, but other times you can achieve some really nice looking lens flares. and i think it was specifically at el cemetario that i learnt the lower (higher number) the aperture, the more 'starlike' the lightsource becomes. i thought i'd take advantage of that, on a particularly blistering day in buenos aires, when i crossed puente de la mujer - woman's bridge.

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