A Sign of No Hope

No hope was definitely a sign for yesterday’s photo shoot around Worsley, which I had been planning for a few weeks. Now this sign probably didn’t read “No Hope” originally, I would be grateful if anyone could work out what it would have said when it was new. So why was it a day of no hope?

Well I had my camera set on ISO 1600 the whole day. ISO is the sensitivity of the camera, so I usually shoot at 200 unless indoors or occasionally at night. The higher the number the more grainy / noisy the picture will be. Fortunately I will be returning to Worsley in the next week or two to re-shoot my photographs. A lesson learned the hard way. There’s just no hope for me!

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