Discussion in 'Photography, Art & Design' started by bentleya, 25 Jul 2009.
yea thats what i have been thinking too
a couple of others.
Two floors up.
Couple of shots of some mindless graff on a cycle route near our house, previously a railway line.
First was taken with an E-620 with a 14-54mm ED lens, and the second with an E-3 with an 18-180 ED lens.
#1 is nice shot..
Shot this yesterday for a magazine request. Pretty straight forward but it's what they wanted (I hope).
Two different photos, cant decide which I prefer
I prefer the second
Yep, the second.
Second it is then!
Yes, definitely the second. The composition is too narrow in the first
I think the second works well with the way the tree is leaning(stretching)
Series E 70-210:F4 Nikon lens
EL wire and a long exposure in the dark.
50D + EF 50mm f/1.8 II. I have to learn to stop it down a little, because this lens is very soft wide open.
50D + EF 50mm f/1.8
50D + EF 50mm f/1.8
These were taken last Dec but I finally got around to editing them
On the mountains in Japan
and at a park
Pentax K-x, Pentax DA 18-55, 121 ND Grad.
Fantastic! Really impressive stuff
words fail me.
I've been waiting to photograph these trees for some time, but I'd never got the weather, lighting or composition I wanted. I was waiting for a minimalist composition with no clouds and the sun setting right between the two trees to give nice even lighting to the sky. Finally, all of those elements came together the other night.
Dual filter arrangement... ND grad 0.6 SE on the bottom, ND grad 0.9 HE on the top. The SE grad was moved over the HE grad to increase the effective filtration to somewhere between 1.5 and 1.2x on the horizon.
This is Blackpool. Taken with Olympus E-620 with 40-150mm @ 40mm, f/9.0, ISO 200, I think its got a Hoya UV filter on it. Nice cheap setup for out and about. Previously my E-420 travel camera went with me, but a lack of IS was a ball ache sometimes, the 620 has it in the body.
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