I know that it’s Thursday night and that PhotoFriday challenge ends at midnight, but I don’t care  :)
I want to post this one as PF entry, no matter how many of there are there already, or how much time do I’ve’s not all about competing (in one way or another).

So, here is a photo of my colleague (is it politically correct?) xeroxing some paperwork..when I opened the door I just didn’t want to miss this alienish green light. The whole office was bathing in it every other second.

Techical data:
Camera: Nikon D70
Lens: Nikkor 18-70mm 1:3.5-4.5G
Date: 2004:11:10 11:50:40
Exposure: 1/13s
Exposure program: Aperture priority
Aperture: f3.8
Metering mode: Matrix
White balance: Auto
Focal length:24 mm
Flash: Off
ISO: 200
Quality: JPG Fine
Cropped: Yes

As you can see, I started using some more advance settings..other than “Auto this-auto that”, but I’ve still got a 2/3 of thick manual to read ;)

P.S. This evening my heart stopped for a minute. I noticed some black dot at photos and realised that there’s something scratch-like at my lens! The heart beat got to normal when I wiped out stubborn dot :)

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4 Responses to GREENIATING

  1. RainKing says:

    Is that xerox machine safe to use?? It looks like it works on plutonium or something. ;)

    Cool color, though. It creates a weird atmosphere.

  2. mario says:

    You were close..kryptonite ;)
    Just should be operated with it’s cover down, but I asked her to leave it opened :)

  3. Turfdigger says:

    This amazing green reminds me of some cross-processed shots I’ve seen recently over at – and I can see you are loving the new tool:-)

  4. Matt says:

    Hehe. I love it- noteworthy indeed! :)

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