Discussion in 'Photos taken with Any Brand of Camera' started by aKilter, Apr 11, 2017.
What a shot. Can I bum a smoke?
Driftwood that doesn't drift.
I tried to make the shadow look like somebody peering into the window. Sometimes a plan works.
The other three below the gallery shot were also from the walk.
Akron, Ohio - LUMIX G6 & Olympus 12-40 f/2.8
I like the textures in this scene but I'm looking at that canon in the background.
IMG_2518-2-2 by Noah, on Flickr
My neighbour is expecting pirates any day now!
Central Alberta lake on Saturday...
I think it is the Ring of Brodgar in the Orkney Islands. Pardon the interjection - I know it's not the "Where in the world was I?" thread!
Thanks heaps @J J I remember seeing stones like that in a Faye Godwin book years ago - Brodgar makes sense now.
*makes note to self...
... and burn
For @redshifted - 55-200, 1/40th sec, f/3.6, ISO 800 ~63mm
Pelicans, Saturday afternoon, central Alberta lake...
Bow River and mountains just outside Banff, Alberta, this past March.
X-T1 with 50-230 @ 50mm ..1/90" at f14 iso 6400 .. SOOC
dpc... This lake certainly is a nice, peaceful, relaxing looking place to be...
I really like this composition, niggyl. The B&W Processing is very effective, as well.
X100s, Three photographers
Living in the country we have a large variety of gates...all of which I find fascinating...
this case the farmer needed an extremely wide opening
X-T1 with 50-230 @ 50mm .. 1/800" .. f11 .. iso 6400 .. SOOC
Then or Now.
Has to be "Now" because "Then" the vehicles were in better shape.