The Old Door
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Who can open the door of his face? his teeth are terrible round about...
Job 41: 14
I stand at the door to knock
E'en tho' there is no lock...
Who dares to open it wide,
For a skunk may live inside:)
Poetry, by me, AJP
I did this self portrait at 6:00 PM I wanted the old door of the outhouse to be the focal point of attention and it was a challenge to stand right in the center ....I achieved it better by turning my back. Here are the settings I used on my camera.
Focal length 55 mm
Exposure time 1/80 sec.
ISO Speed, ISO- 640
Exposure program manual
Camera on tripod...
10 second self-timer
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