Light & Dark

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Presenting lighting, theatre and weather: formerly from the hills of Yorkshire, with bits and pieces of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and trips to Edinburgh; when the music stops, where will neel end up?
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Mapsploring

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With the dance finished (I was taking real pictures of that which will find their way into href="http://notlikecalvin.com" title="Lighting Design by Neil E. Hobbs">notlikecalvin) people started using their own little pools of illumination to explore a map of olde Yorke.
12th Mar 2005, 12:42   comments (0)

Down Minster!

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Darkness fell. The installation was about to be launched.
12th Mar 2005, 12:38   comments (1)

Pay No Attention To The Man Behind The Curtain!

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The technical gubbins behind Dancing In The Streets.
12th Mar 2005, 12:34   comments (0)

Up Minster!

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Look at the twiddly bits on that. Lovely.
12th Mar 2005, 12:32   comments (20)

Keep Off

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That's what makes this such a defensible castle: it's got a sign.
12th Mar 2005, 12:30   comments (8)

On The Road

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On the way to York, and the weather looks like it's going to stay
pretty good.
12th Mar 2005, 12:28   comments (0)

Do The Dumb Things I Gotta Do

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Well, it worked before.

(extra points available for the reference)
11th Mar 2005, 13:44   comments (18)

Doing An Eversion

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Not sure if that's a complement, but I thought I'd try assuming a slightly different style. This is using the white balance/exposure adjustment set at full, which knocks out most of the sky and reduces the detail in the foreground somewhat.

Aaaanyway. I've just handed in my Skills Portfolio project, so I don't feel quite so guilty about moblog'ing. It was a damn close thing this time and I ran about as hard into my deadline as I've ever done - hopefully it'll make me do things a bit earlier next time. Neuchk.

But it's done now: what've I missed?
11th Mar 2005, 13:31   comments (0)