After my epic journey of cleaning my camera’s sensor yesterday, I went out into the valley, down the road, to shot a few shot with it. It is nice having no more little black dots in my photos. While shooting, I came across a pumping station which had its pump running, filling a holding pond full of water. Without using a speed light to get a fast shutter speed, I was able to get some very quick speeds while still staying within the 100 to 200 ISO range. The only light I had was the setting Sun behind me (which I was in the Golden Hour) and the light was almost prefect, but it was getting dark fast.
So, here is the technical stuff about the image: Taken at a 180mm focal length using my 28-300mm Sigma lens. f-stop is F6.3 at ISO 400, with a shutter speed of 1/320s, using a Sony A77.
I was thinking that this, and some of the other photos I took could be used as stock images for people who might need them for doing stuff like power-point presentation, ads and print media?