Tim Knifton

One in a series of Bokeh images……….The Boys School

11th August 2013

This is my third post on Bokeh in the last week and as I’ve written about it earlier, I won’t emphasize in much detail. As I previously said in my earlier post in June, I would write in smaller detail about my adventures using either my 50mm F1.4 or 100mm F2.8L macro lens.

This post is based on a permission visit to an abandoned, religious boys school which was subject to abuse allegations in the past and subsequently closed down. I visited this place with a good few other explorers earlier this year. Thankfully, it was around the time when not many people had been here and it was situated quite off the beaten track.

Usually my habit is to capture what I want with the wide-angle and after a good explore, finishing off with the aforementioned lenses. This time I used the 100mm Macro F2.8 wide open with the Gorillapod on the floor. After manually focusing the shot I wanted, the use of the remote was important to reduce likelihood of camera shake.

The full set can be found here

'The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go'‘The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go’

Thanks for looking in.

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