Monday, 4 May 2009


CX1, f5.2, 1/190, ISO 238, JPG, 200mm

It has been mostly a dark and grey day so not perfect or very inspiring to go out and take pictures. I took a walk through Greenwich Park and saw them under a tree taking in the view. As soon as I saw the scene I knew it would make a great picture, the CX1 allowed me to use the 200mm zoom and get the perspective I wanted.
The image is a bit soft, partly due to the (too strong) noise reduction and partly due to the shutter speed in combination with me using the DR mode. I still like how it came out and after converting it to b&w and adding some noise it looks as I want it.


  1. Beautifully composed photograph. The Isle of Dogs is made to look so close.

  2. Thanks for your comments!
    Although I am not a big fan of long zoom lenses it was necessary in this case to get the right composition and depth.