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[/box] Photo 1 the 2016 Collection

It has been months since I posted anything, I was working on a large project and it took all my time, working and spare.
My contract has now ended, the project has a life of its own and I have some time off. Well not quiet that simple as I am looking for the next job now but it is quieter.
If you are wondering what I was doing go here Minibus taxi industry pilots card payments. My team built the cash to card switch and the Point-of-Sale software on top of the custom built device developed by the company I was working for.
I am proud of the final package the team put together, it has now taken a life of its own and no longer needs me, my job is done.

Onto today’s photo, fellow Joburg Photowalker Sandor Oroszi thought it was about time for us to do a Lensbaby photowalk, so we did.
Next few photos, I will post are going to be Lensbaby or as I call it, the art of purposely degrading a perfectly good sensor…

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Lens: Lensbaby Composer Pro with Plastic Optic
Middle Settings: 1/1600 sec, f/2, ISO 100
Focal Length: 50mm
35mm focal length: 75mm
Number of photos used: 1
[/twocol_one][twocol_one_last]Filter: No
Flash: No
Tripod: No
Software: Photoshop Ligthroom CC
Taken: 13 March 2016[/twocol_one_last] [divider_flat] [map style=”width: auto; height:200px; margin:20px 0px 20px 0px; border: 1px solid black;” marker=”yes” lat=”-26.1508446″ lon=”27.9990687″] [/toggle]

Photograph by Pascal Parent © 2016

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