Filed Under (church, Missions) by Justin on 2008-04-15

It took many hours to upload, even with the full 3Mbps upstream link at the office, but I managed to get my photos from Moscow uploaded to Flickr late Monday afternoon. There are 581 photos in the set, so even if you put the slideshow mode on “Fast” you’ll be there a while.

I did some experimenting with my Canon PowerShot S410 this time. Almost all of the shots were done in Manual-mode, a big departure from always shooting in Auto. The main reason I did this was so I could use the “Vivid” color setting after reading about it on a site that David Szpunar linked to in the CITRT IRC channel. Even though I was using Manual, most other settings remained on Auto except for a few of the night-time shots which required some tweaking and the up-close shots which I shot in Macro mode.

Enjoy the pics!

(4) Comments   


netnomad on 16 April, 2008 at 3:21 pm #

Ever consider LINKING to the photostream?

netnomad on 16 April, 2008 at 3:36 pm #

Oh. Nevermind.

netnomad on 16 April, 2008 at 3:54 pm #

Holy cow you weren’t kidding. Who had the 40D? I’d like to see THOSE pictures. 😉

Justin on 17 April, 2008 at 8:48 am #


One of the IMB guys had the 40D. You can see some of the shots we took with it on this photoset on his Flickr account. I’ll try to upload some of the ones that he didn’t and tag them.

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