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Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by Phrasikleia, Jul 1, 2009.
Getting some more mileage out of this gorge...
First shot of July for me.
Tower Bridge, London.
Nikon D80, AF-S Nikkor 18-105 VR
First experiment with ND filters.
Weir along the River Dodder at Dartry Park, Dublin, Ireland.
Sweet. Trying to think of a more than one word reply... really am impressed with the composition
here and lighting is spot on, I suspect you did a masterful job of burning out some distracting highlights...
enter the green room
I think that cloning out the house in the background will make it look better, should be easy to do as the background is mainly green anyway.
Just a though.
More 1:1 macro:
Down in the Valley
Kristi looking down into Yosemite Valley, from the top of Half Dome.
Thanks for the kind comments This was a tough shoot; 2/2 kids got cranky and a husband who'd rather be anywhere but in front of a camera. Mom got 'em all through it tho...
Why is it always the mom that gets 'em through it? Will of iron this one...
Yeah, out of all the things that men can do, the one thing that most men cannot do is to get his picture taken properly...
Anyway love your recent baby shots. Love the composition and the B&W toning. I also like the even color. Is these shots taken in natural light? and are these your clients or you doing it for fun? Just wondering
Meeting in the Sky
I love Blues - thanks. Great shot - I've only seen Half Dome from, well, where everyone else sees it (down in the valley).
I love this shot, it's quite stunning.
This is a great shot, the signature totally took away from the image.
Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3 1/160s @ F2.8
Sun Below Clouds
Camera: Pentax K100D
Lens: Pentacon 300mm f/4 (medium format lens with M42 mount)
Exposure: 450mm (effective 35mm field of view), 1/2000s, ISO200, f/11 (I think), hand held
Thanks, that was a long day. We backpacked from Clouds Rest, and summited Half Dome in the same day. Phew.
Thanks! Sorry for the Sig... its the time we live in... at least its semi transparent.