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Nightwalker

Nightwalker
Copyright ©2010, Pekka Nihtinen
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An almost empty street in Helsinki. The figure of man is a bit blurred due to slow shutter speed and because he was walking fast.

Photographer: Pekka Nihtinen
Folder: Common area
Uploaded: 27-Dec-2010 19:32 CET
Current Rating: 8.67/3
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Camera: Olympus E3
Exposure time: 1/8
Aperture: 3.2
Focal length: 62mm
Lens: Zuiko 14-54
Focusing method: Manual
ISO: 640
White balance: Auto
Flash: no
Image format: RAW
Processing applied:
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Image resized to: 525x700

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Thank you

Thank you Stephen.
I suppose that means that I have developed some kind of personal style and/or got stuck in it :)
Happy new year!
Pekka

Stephen Atkinson wrote:
> When I get a glimpse of the thumbnails on the home page I instinctively know the photographs
> are taken by you before enlarging them. Your shots always capture the atmosphere.
>
> Regards and Merry Xmas
>
> Stephen
>

Pekka Nihtinen at 07:45 CET on 28-Dec-2010 [Reply]

Merry Christmas Pekka.

I hope you are not freezing too much in Finland these days.
I really enjoy your portraits of Helsinki.
Cheers from frozty Norway.

Olav Agnar Frogner at 12:22 CET on 28-Dec-2010 [Reply]

Takk!

Kiitos Olav.
No problem with temperatures here - just normal winter if we consider "normal" that how winters generally looked in the end end of last century. There´s more snow nowadays than in my childhood but temperatures are just right for pleasant classic winter fun :)

Happy new year!
Pekka

Olav Agnar Frogner wrote:
> I hope you are not freezing too much in Finland these days.
> I really enjoy your portraits of Helsinki.
> Cheers from frozty Norway.
>

Pekka Nihtinen at 13:17 CET on 30-Dec-2010 [Reply]

NO SUBJECT

Superb shot with the exposure brilliantly controlled.

Wishing you a happy new year.

Arun

Arun Prabhu at 10:29 CET on 01-Jan-2011 [Reply]