Ye be off the map, matey. Here there be monsters
After the EVA-03 shoot, I had an itch to shoot some more water scenes and McFarlane's Water Dragon was just the figure I needed. I tried to create a more dream-like image, sort of how I imagine seeing the Loch Ness Monster must be like. Strangely blurred (Bigfoot is blurry!), but with surprising sharpness that burns into your memory and leaves you with a lifetime of questions. Or maybe I'm talking out my behind.
Setup for the shot is the same as the EVA-03, but with the fog machine going and the lip of the bowl standing in for a water ripple.
Thar EXIF blows!
|Exposure:||1 sec (1)|
|Focal Length:||50 mm|
|Exposure Bias:||1 EV|
|Software:||Adobe Photoshop CS3 Windows|
|Date and Time:||2008:01:04 12:53:13|
|Date and Time (Original):||2008:01:04 12:47:28|
|Date and Time (Digitized):||2008:01:04 12:47:28|
|Metering Mode:||Center Weighted Average|
|Focal Plane X-Resolution:||630 dpc|
|Focal Plane Y-Resolution:||630 dpc|
|Sensing Method:||One-chip colour area sensor|
|Exposure Mode:||Auto bracket|
|Focal Length In 35mm Film:||75|
|Image Width:||3024 pixels|
|Image Height:||2024 pixels|