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Loy Krathong Flower Seller

The photograph was shot in RAW using the Shutter Priority settings on a Canon EOS 400d (Kiss X); F/3.5; 1/5 Sec; ISO 1600; Partial Metering Mode; 18 mm Focal Length; -0.67 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; Flash Compuslory Supression; EF-S18-55 F3.5-5.6 USM Lens. This picture was created with Adobe photoshop CS3.

Owl and the Sea

The photograph was shot in RAW using the Aperture Priority settings on a Canon EOS 400d (Kiss X); F/16; 1/200 Sec; ISO 400; Pattern Metering Mode; 200 mm Focal Length; -0.67 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; Canon Speedlight 430EX on camera Flash with Lambency Diffuser.; Sigma 18 - 200mm F3.5-6.3 DC OS SLD Lens. This picture was desaturated and cropped with Adobe photoshop CS3.

Afterwards

Operations can be traumatic. I watched this one being done on my side. The 'thing' being brought out looked like orange bubble wrap. The operation lasted for about 1 hour 30 minutes, about 45 minutes longer than was expected. The Dr. kept saying "...well it certainly is a big one...".

Unfortunately he would not let me photograph during the operation. I did ask!

The photograph was shot in RAW using the Aperture Priority settings on a Canon EOS 400d (Kiss X); F/14; 1/8 Sec; ISO 400; Pattern Metering Mode; 200 mm Focal Length; -0.67 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; Flash Compulsory Suppression; Sigma 18 - 200mm F3.5-6.3 DC OS SLD Lens. This picture was desaturated and cropped with Adobe photoshop CS3.

Bee and Flower

A tough shot one might say, but in reality it's quite simple; but you do need patience...and a nice plant to attract bees. I set up the shot and used two large golfing umbrellas to cut the wind down; one unbrella has a silver back and so I used this to bounce the flash. The depth of field is tiny and so focussing is difficult as the extension tubes render the autofocus useless; and also as the flower drops and alters its position once the bee lands. So you have to focus once the bee arrives.

The photograph was shot using the Shutter Priority settings on a Canon EOS 400d (Kiss X); F/3.5 (although I can't be sure as I was using an extension ring and this date is not given) ; 1/50 Sec; ISO 400; Average Metering Mode; 200 mm; Focal Length; -0.7 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; Sigma 18 - 200mm F3.5-6.3 DC OS SLD Lens on a 65mm Extension Tube. Canon Speedlight 430EX off Camera Flash (1/64 cd) with Lambency Diffuser. Slik Tripod. This picture was put together using Adobe photoshop CS3.

Flower Seller, Bangkok-ii

This photograph was shot in RAW on a Canon G6 with a Digitex 0.5x Wide Angle Lens; F/4; 1/160th Sec; ISO 50; Spot Metering Mode; -0.7 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; The Flash was suppressed. This picture was created with Adobe photoshop CS2.

The Location for the shot is a market in Nonthaburi, Bangkok, Thailand.

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At the annual Loy Krathong celebration put on by Assunption University, students perform traditional thai dancing. Here they are hurridly putting the finishing touches to their costumes.

The photograph was shot in RAW using the Shutter Priority settings on a Canon EOS 400d (Kiss X); F/5.0; 1/4 Sec; ISO 1600; Partial Metering Mode; 18 mm Focal Length; -0.7 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; Flash Compuslory Supression; EF-S18-55 F3.5-5.6 USM Lens. This picture was created with Adobe photoshop CS3.

Row of classic cars

The row of cars here is worth a small fortune, an Aston Martin, a Jaguar XKC, and with the wheel showing, an Austin Healey.

The photograph was shot in RAW using the Manual settings on a Canon EOS 400d (Kiss X); F/9.0; 1/200 Sec; ISO 400; Pattern Metering Mode; 72 mm Focal Length; -0.7 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; Off camera Wotan VM250 Studio Flash; Sigma DC 18-200 F3.5-6.3 Lens. This picture was put together using Adobe photoshop CS3

Jaguar outside the Fairmont Hotel

The Fairmont hotel, San Francisco was hosting this year's Californian Milli. On display were some special cars including this outstanding 1952 Jaguar XKC

The photograph was shot using the Normal settings on a Canon EOS 400d (Kiss X); F/8; 1/125 Sec; ISO 400; Pattern Metering Mode; 24 mm Focal Length; -0.7 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; Sigma DC 18-200 F3.5-6.3 Lens. This picture was put together using Adobe photoshop CS3.

Giant Turtle

Shot as a JPEG using the aperature priority settings on a Canon EOS 400d (Kiss X); F/1.4; 1/20 Sec; ISO 400; Average Metering Mode; 30 mm Focal Length; -0.7 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; Sigma DC 30mm F1.4 HSM SLD Lens. This picture was put together using Adobe photoshop CS3

Jumping girl in Monterey

The photograph was shot in RAW using the Manual settings on a Canon EOS 400d (Kiss X); F/9.0; 1/1250 Sec; ISO 400; Pattern Metering Mode; 30 mm Focal Length; -0.7 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; Sigma DC 30mm F1.4 HSM SLD Lens. This picture was put together using Adobe photoshop CS3.

Ferrari wheel at the Mille

I love classic cars so when, on a recent trip to San Francisco, the California Mille was being held outside my hotel, I felt like I was in heaven. Normally I'm a Porsche person (and there were some magnificent classic Speedsters on display) but one can't help being drawn to the sexyness and sheer muscle of the Ferrari.

The photograph was shot using the Normal settings on a Canon EOS 400d (Kiss X); F/8; 1/250 Sec; ISO 400; Pattern Metering Mode; 144 mm Focal Length; -0.7 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; Sigma DC 18-200 F3.5-6.3 Lens. This picture was put together using Adobe photoshop CS3.

Condor.

As I drove round a bend on Route 1, just outside of Big Sur, California, this chap floated over the cliff face and tried to get into the car. With a wing span of over six feet, I think he would have found it a little cramped.

I stopped the car and the condors turned and completed three more circuits before drifting off to some other place, gliding on the thermals created by the beautiful pacific ocean.

The photograph was shot using the Normal settings on a Canon EOS 400d (Kiss X); F/11; 1/500 Sec; ISO 400; Average Metering Mode; 125 mm Focal Length; -0.7 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; Sigma DC 18-200 F3.5-6.3 Lens. This picture was put together using Adobe photoshop CS3.

Shark!

Fortunately or unfortunately I was not swimming with my camera while this glided past. It was a specimen in the Monterey Bay Aquarium next to Cannery Row, USA. The aquarium is a fantastic place to spend an afternoon; however for photography the possibilities for good shots are a little limited, mostly it's too dark and signs discourage the use of flash, therefore sharks that glide quickly by are often blurred. Here I used the F1.4 sigma 30mm and as it lets so much light onto the sensor, this is not a big problem.

Shot as a JPEG using the aperature priority settings on a Canon EOS 400d (Kiss X); F/1.4; 1/30 Sec; ISO 400; Average Metering Mode; 30 mm Focal Length; -0.7 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; Sigma DC 30mm F1.4 HSM SLD Lens. This picture was put together using Adobe photoshop CS3

Offering Basins - Wat Po

Wat Po is a magical temple and is at the very heart of Bangkok for many reasons: it's the home of tradition Thai massage and holds the number one massage training facility in Thailand. Wat Po is also home to a very large golden reclining Buddha. Here, the light that shines through the windows reflect a golden light onto offering bowls that run alongside the giant statue.

This photograph was shot in RAW on a Canon G6 with a Digitex 0.5x Wide Angle Lens; F/2.0; 1/20th Sec; ISO 50; Center Weighted Metering Mode; 7.1mm Focal Length; -0.7 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; The Flash was suppressed.This picture was created with Adobe photoshop CS3.

Khlong Fishing, Bangkok

The Khlongs (canals) that run throughout Thailand form a vital part of life for many Thai people: fishing, transportation, and irrigation being just a few uses.

This photograph was shot in RAW on a Canon G6 with a Digitex 0.5x Wide Angle Lens; F/3.0; 1/80th Sec; ISO 50; Center Weighted Metering Mode; 28.1mm Focal Length; -0.7 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; The Flash was suppressed.This picture was created with Adobe photoshop CS3.

The Location for the shot is one of the small Khlongs (Canals) that run through the Eastern side of Bangkok, Thailand.

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15 Minutes of fame comes to everyone, so some people say. These girls 15 minutes comes during the annual Loy Crathong celebration put on by Assunption University. They perform traditional thai dancing. They have just finished the performance and I caught them in a moment of relief at a performance with no mistakes. They also look so very beautiful.

The photograph was shot in RAW using the Shutter Priority settings on a Canon EOS 400d (Kiss X); F/4.0; 1/40 Sec; ISO 1600; Partial Metering Mode; 18 mm Focal Length; -0.7 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; Flash Compuslory Supression; EF-S18-55 F3.5-5.6 USM Lens. This picture was created with Adobe photoshop CS3.

J C in my garden

Who would have thought that of all of the places to find him, I would have found Jesus in my garden.

The photograph was shot in RAW using the Shutter Priority settings on a Canon EOS 400d (Kiss X); F/5.6; 1/13 Sec; ISO 100; Pattern Metering Mode; 46 mm Focal Length; -0.7 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; Flash Compuslory Supression; EF-S18-55 F3.5-5.6 USM Lens. This picture was created with Adobe photoshop CS3.

Thai Child - 1

Thai children stay out late into the night, usually and hopefully escorted by their parents. I shot this at around 2.30am

The photograph was shot in RAW using the Normal Priority settings on a Canon EOS 400d (Kiss X); F/4.5; 1/40 Sec; ISO 1600; Average Metering Mode; 27 mm Focal Length; -0.7 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; Flash ; EF-S18-55 F3.5-5.6 USM Lens. This picture was created with Adobe photoshop CS3.

After Christmas Lunch

Good food. Good Wine. Full Tummy. Thanks Mum.

The photograph was shot in RAW using the Shutter Priority settings on a Canon EOS 400d (Kiss X); F/6.3; 1/50 Sec; ISO 400; Pattern Metering Mode; 50 mm Focal Length; -0.7 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; Flash Compuslory Supression; EF-S18-55 F3.5-5.6 USM Lens. This picture was created with Adobe photoshop CS2.

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The Ploen Chit Fair is an annual charity event in Bangkok; essentially it is celebrating the Englishness of the English village fete, while raising lots of money for charity. I must say though that the kids love this even more than the adults; for kids it’s a world full of excitement, for the adults there seems only to be Scalextric and the wine stalls…but who would complain about that!

The photograph was shot in RAW using the Shutter Priority settings on a Canon EOS 400d (Kiss X); F/4; 1 /25 Sec; ISO 400; Pattern Metering Mode; 25 mm Focal Length; -0.7 (-2/3 of a stop) Fill in Flash; Exposure Compensation; EF-S18-55 F3.5-5.6 USM Lens. This picture was created with Adobe photoshop CS3.

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The photograph was shot in RAW using the Shutter Priority settings on a Canon EOS 400d (Kiss X); F/5.6; 1/15 Sec; ISO 400; Pattern Metering Mode; 55 mm Focal Length; -0.7 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; EF-S18-55 F3.5-5.6 USM Lens. This picture was created with Adobe photoshop CS3.

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During the Loy (float) Krathong (flower wreath)festival, children often gather together to raise a bit of money and have fun by making and selling krathongs. Sometimes they pluck used Krathongs out of the khlong or river and re-cycle them. Pratu Nam, Bangkok.

The photograph was shot in RAW using the Shutter Priority settings on a Canon EOS 400d (Kiss X); F/3.5; 1/13th Sec; ISO 1600; Average Metering Mode; 18 mm Focal Length; -0.7 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; EF-S18-55 F3.5-5.6 USM Lens. This picture was created with Adobe photoshop CS3.

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Selling Krathongs at Pratu Nam, Bangkok.

The photograph was shot in RAW using the Shutter Priority settings on a Canon EOS 400d (Kiss X) with a Digitex CPL filter; F/16; 1 Sec; ISO 1600; Average Metering Mode; 22 mm Focal Length; -0.7 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; EF-S18-55 F3.5-5.6 USM Lens. This picture was created with Adobe photoshop CS3.

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Selling Krathongs under a bridge in Bangkok. I love the little West Highland White under the table.

The photograph was shot in RAW using the Manual settings on a Canon EOS 400d (Kiss X); F/3.5; 1/6th Sec; ISO 1600; Average Metering Mode; 24 mm Focal Length; -0.7 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; EF-S18-55 F3.5-5.6 USM Lens. This picture was created with Adobe photoshop CS3.

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Children seem to love Loy (Float) Krathong. The festival provides them will entertainment as well as, for a few young entrepreneurial types, a chance to make some money by recycling the older, already floated Krathongs.

The photograph was shot in RAW using the Manual settings on a Canon EOS 400d (Kiss X) with a Digitex CPL filter; F/3.5; 1 Sec; ISO 1600; Partial Metering Mode; 22 mm Focal Length; -0.7 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; EF-S18-55 F3.5-5.6 USM Lens. This picture was created with Adobe photoshop CS3.

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The Loy Krathong Festival is an ancient and important festival of Thailand. It is practiced differently in each region due to each region's specific belief.

Generally however it is seen as a gesture of respect to the river goddess for her bounty in providing water for the livelihood and agriculture, another belief is a plea for forgiveness for having polluted her waters.

Here you can see students from Assumption University performing traditional Thai dancing at the Loy Krathong festival.

The photograph was shot in RAW using the Manual settings on a Canon EOS 400d (Kiss X) with a Digitex CPL filter; F/9.0; 1/125th Sec; ISO 1600; Partial Metering Mode; 42 mm Focal Length; -0.7 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; EF-S18-55 F3.5-5.6 USM Lens. This picture was created with Adobe photoshop CS3.

Three Wise Monkeys, Chaing Rai

This was located on a Buddhist spirit table. I'm not quite sure why.

The Location for the shot is a small temple in Chaing Rai, a Northern Provincial town in Thailand.

The photograph was shot in RAW on a Canon G6 with a Digitex 0.5x Wide Angle Lens; F/2.2; 1/40th Sec; ISO 50; Pattern Metering Mode; 10.2 mm Focal Length; -0.7 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; The Flash was suppressed. This picture was created with Adobe photoshop CS3.

Novice Monks I, Chaing Rai

At some time in their lives most all Thai males become a monk; most do this as children. Some become a monk for only a matter of days or weeks, others longer.

The Location for the shot is a small temple in Chaing Rai, a Northern Provincial town in Thailand.

The photograph was shot in RAW on a Canon G6 with a Digitex 0.5x Wide Angle Lens; F/3; 1/20th Sec; ISO 50; Spot Metering Mode; 28.8mm Focal Length; -0.7 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; The Flash was suppressed. This picture was created with Adobe photoshop CS3.

Novice Monks II, Chaing Rai

These young Buddhist Novices took little encouragement to take a break from their instruction. The Ajarn (teacher) allowed them to chat for a while before shepherding them back to their lessons.

The Location for the shot is a small temple in Chaing Rai, a Northern Provincial town in Thailand.

The photograph was shot in RAW on a Canon G6 with a Digitex 0.5x Wide Angle Lens; F/2.2; 1/50th Sec; ISO 50; Spot Metering Mode; 8.0 mm Focal Length; -0.7 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; The Flash was suppressed. This picture was created with Adobe photoshop CS3.

Temple Buddha I, Chaing Rai

Scenes like these appear in most temples around Thailand.

The Location for the shot is a small temple in Chaing Rai, a Northern Provincial town in Thailand.

The photograph was shot in RAW on a Canon G6 with a Digitex 0.5x Wide Angle Lens; F/3.2; 1/80th Sec; ISO 400; Spot Metering Mode; 11.2 mm Focal Length; -0.7 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; The Flash was suppressed. This picture was created with Adobe photoshop CS3.

Fishing Vessel, Fleetwood Docks

I took this shot during the late 1980's when the dock still contained a few boats. Now this area has been regenerated into a harbor and shopping complex.

Fishing vessel for sale, Fleetwood Docks

The fishing docks in Fleetwood were once one of the largest in England, now, nothing remains except ghosts and shadows of vessels. The history of generation after generation of fishermen is now nothing more than that, history.

I took this shot during the late 1980's when the dock still contained a few boats. Now this area has been regenerated into a harbor and shopping complex.

Homeless V, Bangkok

The poverty in Bangkok is no different to the poverty in other developing countries. It is obvious, it is blatant and it is also overlooked by almost everyone. People give small amounts as they pass by, while central government just pass by.

The Location for the shot is a local market in Nonthaburi, Bangkok, Thailand.

This photograph was shot in RAW on a Canon G6 with a Digitex 0.5x Wide Angle Lens; F/4; 1/250th Sec; ISO 100; Pattern Metering Mode; 9.1mm Focal Length; -0.7 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; The Flash was suppressed.This picture was created with Adobe photoshop CS3.

Fishing at Sunset

The Location is Eastern Bangkok. People here fish not to make money from what they catch but to feed themselves. Life can be very tough.

This photograph was shot in RAW then converted to TIFF format when edited. F/4.0; 1/500 sec; 28.8mm Focal Length; -2/3 Exposure Compensation; Spot Metering; The camera used for this shot was a Canon Powershot G6 and was put together using Photoshop CS3

Mobile Food Vendor, Bangkok.

The streets of Bangkok are filled with people selling all sorts of foods and snacks. This mobile vendor is selling 'Som Tam' (Spicy Papaya Salad)

This photograph was shot in RAW on a Canon G6 with a Digitex 0.5x Wide Angle Lens; F/2.8; 1/15th Sec; ISO 50; Pattern Metering Mode; 25.1mm Focal Length; -0.7 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; The Flash was suppressed.This picture was created with Adobe photoshop CS3.

The Location for the shot is central Bangkok, Thailand.

Super Rich, Thailand

As in the majority of developing countries, the contrast between rich and poor is manifest; Thailand is no exception. Sometimes things come together in a picture to illustrate this.

This photograph was shot in RAW on a Canon G6 with a Digitex 0.5x Wide Angle Lens; F/2.8; 1/50th Sec; ISO 50; Pattern Metering Mode; 7.2mm Focal Length; -0.7 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; The Flash was suppressed.This picture was created with Adobe photoshop CS3.

The Location for the shot is Pratu Nam (Water Gate) in central Bangkok, Thailand.

Traffic Police, Bangkok

Most of the Police one might see in Bangkok will be stationed in Traffic Booths, manually changing the traffic lights; or maybe, stopping motorists and collocting spurious fines...not that this has ever happened to me...much.

This photograph was shot in RAW on a Canon G6 with a Digitex 0.5x Wide Angle Lens; F/3.0; 1/50th Sec; ISO 50; Pattern Metering Mode; 28.1mm Focal Length; -0.7 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; The Flash was suppressed.This picture was created with Adobe photoshop CS3.

The location for the shot is Pratu Nam in the centre of Bangkok, Thailand.

Khlong Boat III, San Seeb, Bangkok

This photograph was shot in RAW on a Canon G6 with a Digitex 0.5x Wide Angle Lens; Shutter Priority; F/8.0; 1/10th Sec; ISO 100; Pattern Metering Mode; 7.2mm Focal Length; -0.7 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; The Flash was suppressed.This picture was created with Adobe photoshop CS3.

The Location for the shot is the San Seeb Khlong that runs throughout Bangkok, Thailand.

Homeless II, Bangkok

This photograph was shot in RAW on a Canon G6 with a Digitex 0.5x Wide Angle Lens; F/4.0; 1/160th Sec; ISO 50; Pattern Metering Mode; 25.1mm Focal Length; -0.7 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; The Flash was suppressed.This picture was created with Adobe photoshop CS2.

The Location for the shot is the river ferry boat pier in Nonthaburi, Bangkok, Thailand.

Homeless III, Bangkok

This photograph was shot in RAW on a Canon G6 with a Digitex 0.5x Wide Angle Lens; F/8.0; 1/10th Sec; ISO 50; Pattern Metering Mode; 7.2mm Focal Length; -0.7 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; The Flash was suppressed.This picture was created with Adobe photoshop CS2.

The Location for the shot is the river ferry boat pier in Nonthaburi, Bangkok, Thailand.

Reclining Buddha II

This photograph was shot in RAW on a Canon G6 with a Digitex 0.5x Wide Angle Lens; F2.2; 1/20 sec; ISO 50; Pattern Metering Mode; -0.7 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation. 12.7mm focal length. The only work done to the picture was simply resizing, this was done using Adobe photoshop CS2.

The Location for the shot is Wat Po, Bangkok, Thailand.

Pratu Nam Ferry Boat Pier, Bangkok

Even at around 2.30pm the Ferry Boats are full bringing people into the center of Bangkok.

This photograph was shot in RAW then converted to TIFF format when edited in photoshop CS3. F/5.6; 1/10 sec; 12.7mm Focal Length; -2/3 Exposure Compensation; ISO 50; Pattern Metering; The camera used for this shot was a Canon Powershot G6

Khlong Boat, San Seeb, Bangkok

Khlong boats like this one travel along the Khlong San Seeb, Bangkok. They transport about 15,000 people everyday and are therefore a vital transportation network within Bangkok.

This photograph was shot in RAW then converted to TIFF format when edited in photoshop CS3. F/3.2; 1/60 sec; 9.1mm Focal Length; -2/3 Exposure Compensation; ISO 50; Pattern Metering; The camera used for this shot was a Canon Powershot G6

Fire Starter, Bangkok

Just off the Khlong San Seeb, in Pratu Nam, Bangkok, people start early to prepare food. This sort of a food stall attracts local works from both the nearby offices and the river workers. I don't think they have a hygeine certificate, I could be wrong.

This photograph was shot in RAW then converted to TIFF format when edited in photoshop CS3. F/2.8; 1/20 sec; Shutter Priority; 17.6mm Focal Length; -2/3 Exposure Compensation; ISO 50; Spot Metering; The camera used for this shot was a Canon Powershot G6

Ticket Please, San Seeb, Bangkok

The Location is the San Seeb Khlong (Canal) that runs through the heart of Bangkok. The Canal Carries over 15,000 people per day and charges an average of 16 baht (about 23 pence) per ticket. As you can see, it's a harzdous occupation working here; equally hazardous for passengers getting on and off. I've seen people go in the water.

This photograph was shot in RAW then converted to TIFF format when edited. F/5.6; 1/10 sec; Shutter Priority; 7.2mm Focal Length; -2/3 Exposure Compensation; ISO 50; Spot Metering; The camera used for this shot was a Canon Powershot G6 and was put together using Photoshop CS3

Homeless I, Bangkok

This photograph was shot in RAW on a Canon G6 with a Digitex 0.5x Wide Angle Lens; F/3.2; 1/100th Sec; ISO 50; Pattern Metering Mode; 25.1mm Focal Length; -0.7 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; The Flash was suppressed.This picture was created with Adobe photoshop CS2.

The Location for the shot is the river ferry boat pier in Nonthaburi, Bangkok, Thailand.

Cleaning Fish I, Bangkok Market

This photograph was shot in RAW on a Canon G6 with a Digitex 0.5x Wide Angle Lens; F/3.2; 1/60th Sec; ISO 50; Pattern Metering Mode; -0.7 (-2/3 of a stop) Exposure Compensation; The Flash was suppressed.
This picture was created with Adobe photoshop CS2.

The Location for the shot is a market in Nonthaburi, Bangkok, Thailand.