04 September 2008

Sugar Gliders

Taken with manual focus in very dim light at ISO 800 through exhibit glass, and then processed pretty heavily in an attempt to de-blotch it a bit, and to do something about the peculiar hell-green tonal cast left by the low-light lighting. The stuff at the bottom sides is the hole in the (presumed artificial) tree the sugar glider nest is in, and it is nothing like that pink (at least I don't think so; the available light was admittedly scant) but winds up that colour when I turn down the green.
All in all, though, I'm kinda happy with this one; manual focus more or less working when it's too dim to see any of the markings on the focus screen is a good feeling.

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