Camera: Canon EOS 350 D lens: Canon 100 mm Aperture: f/2.8 exposure time: 1/4000 sec ISO: 200 compensation: – 2/3 priority to opening, matrix metering. Without a tripod it seemed curious to reaching the beach of St. George in Galicia and find me with that to the 12 noon it had barely a dozen people strolling along the beach. Those hours on almost any beach in Mallorca you have to look at where you put your feet if you don’t want to tripping someone roasting in the Sun.A half later we were in the water with the windsurfing equipment and I realized that that a dozen people had multiplied and become a hundred or two, but practically none! sunbathing! Late in the afternoon the beach was full of tracks parallel to the coast. Just struck me the difference on how to leverage the beach between Galicia and Mallorca. Diaphragm opened the most to limit the depth of field to a few footprints. 100 mm in order to focus on the nearby footprints and ensure that the entire framework is occupied by footprints in the sand. To see the picture and the continuation of the technical details visit: thank you. A greeting.

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