Saturday, December 8, 2007

Day 27, Storage Locker Door

How about a little break from the Christmas Lights. I needed to shoot something, and was really busy this week. As I was finishiing up for the day, I had to drop some stuff off to my Storage Locker. By the way, Attic Mini Storage, where I have a unit for work, is a great place.  The people there have really taken good care of me.  I need them to sign for deliveries and be able to dump when there is a marketing change.  They always are so helpful.  

This week I have been kind of stressed out since it has been one of those busy weeks where I am driving so much, that I can't get any of the Admin stuff done for my job. That means, nights and probably some stuff on Saturday. Where that is a bit of a pain, I like what I do and I have been with my company long enough that I get 4 weeks of vacation a year.  That means that I have used the days well to combine with the holidays coming and I will be off for 2 weeks over Christmas and New Years.  Everything has give and takes, I like that one.

So, I am so busy, and everything that I had shot ahead is getting used and I have nothing new. What to do? Relax, It will come to me. It did. As I was unloading gear to my storage unit for work, I noticed that the sun was going down and the reflection on the unit doors had an interesting hue. I ran the aperture to f/11 and shot about 8 shots. I straitened and cropped this, and pushed the saturation a little bit, but that is it.

Tonight I am shooting portraits for my church congregations Christmas party. I have the suspicion that I will post from that tomorrow.  I also want to shoot some decorations and I bought some shells on eBay to play with as well.  If you are going to do a 365 project, you will be looking ahead a lot, and you want to have ideas to shoot for when you get busy and can't spend hours on it.

As always, the EXIF data is below, and thanks for looking.


Camera:Canon EOS Digital Rebel XTi
Exposure:0.067 sec (1/15)
Focal Length:24 mm
ISO Speed:800
Exposure Bias:0/3 EV

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