Next Time...I Promise

Wednesday, October 31, 2007


While exploring the local areas of Barbados, I decided to leave my flash for my camera at the resort one night and make use of just the available light. This image was shot using one of my low-light prime lenses. Check out all of those different color temperatures (sounding like a camera geek - I know right).

Anyways, the location of this shot was at a fish market called Oystons. Some of my Bajun readers will definitely correct me on that spelling. The food was great! I had red snapper - my personal favorite (Hmmm...think I'll have that tonight for dinner).

I plan on going back to shoot in 2008 and 2009. There were so many more amazing images that I wish I could have captured....and I will. One night while riding in a taxi, we drove past a building that was really dark but had turquoise doors. The gentlemen inside were playing cards and the doors were illuminated by dim lights on the porch. I almost paid the driver just to go back so that I could get a time exposure. Anyways, after looking through my images from earlier in the day, I realized that I did take a picture of the building while on the way to the pier. Here is the shot:



I'll get that night shot I want next time. And that's a promise!

- KNIGHT
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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

OHHHHHH YEAH ROSS!! These two are my favorites!! O.K. well, among some of my favorites.

From One CamGeek to another- AWESOME.

~H.

Anonymous said...

I love the market shot, beautiful. I need one of those lenses :)

Clovice from Chicago said...

I had the same market shot with the same type of lighting in Mexico. It's amazing what your eyes MISS!!!

I should promise not to miss those shots again....
Wonderful pics at always. :-)

Adriann said...

Awesome shots! I found you from Lisa at Ethnic Scrapbooing. I'm glad I did... Beautiful artistry!

Anonymous said...

OK, I am amazed at the stories your work tells. I almost wish I had an occassion to let you photograph for me. I wish you all the best. May God continue to bless you and your work.

Mac said...

P.S please do come back , would love to show you around my homeland and take some pictures and get your opinion on them .