Nick Charlton

Digital Peninsula Unconference II, Exeter

On Saturday, the second version of the Digital Peninsula Unconference was hosted in Exeter, at the Phoenix. After being volunteered to take some photographs, I spent much of the event running about taking them (that’s the flaw in having only a 50mm lens available to you). I’ve posted them on Flickr, but below are a few of the ones I liked best.

The conference overall was pretty good, although it did feel like some of the people were pitching a little bit too much. Given the mostly technical community, it would be nice to hear more about the decisions made behind projects - stuff that’s useful to all.

On Stage Tech Support
A little bit of on stage tech support.
The Waving Crowd
The Waving Crowd

You can see the rest of the images here on Flickr.

All of these were shot on a Canon 400D, with a 50mm lens. They were shot at ISO1600. It was quite a dark room, so many of the shots taken didn’t work out too well. In other news, if someone wants me to build something for them, I could probably get a better lens.