1 & 4 are especially beautiful compositions but I'm seeing blocked shadows distracting from the true excellence of these compositions.
In specific its the lack of shadow detail of...
Jim Trainor wrote:
... I'd love to have a 20 x 30 of #4, The View to Dunstanburgh, hanging in my living room. Stunning.
Thank you for sharing!
I especially admire #3, 4 and 5 for strong, beautiful composition and bold contrast, yet not overdone.
My only whining, bitching and moaning is that...
Nice set of pics well taken & thanks for sharing.
TOF guy wrote:
Gorgeous work - thank you for posting
Many thanks, appreciated.
Ernie Misner wrote:
Very truly fine art. Thanks so much!
Hugo First wrote:
great photos, but are you proud of your gear?
Thanks.Gear is just a tool to me...I like having new stuff but as long as it captures what I see/feel then I don't get overly...
Seems like there's someone for everyone here. I love the "View to Dunstanburgh" myself (not that my opinion is worth much :-) ). It's one of those "Ohhhh, I wish I'd taken that"...
My favorite is the last picture. Tipping the camera really made that image work!
My favorite is the holy island image. Love the color and contrast, but is that distortion on the horizon? Hard for me to tell on a large monitor.
Thanks Ray. I think its a...
Hi,I had very similar issues with my 300 F4/AFS on a D300. Intermittent AF, expsoure going weird on the top LCD.I jumped through all the hoops with Nikon but they couldn't find anything.I...
A few recent D800 images from me.
View to Holy Island, Northumberland
View to Dunstanburgh, Northumberland
Inside, Holy Island, Northumberland
That's a nice feeling image Lasse....just my sort of shot at the moment.CheersAlex
Many thanks for sharing your thoughts, it has made for interesting reading and made me realise that I am putting way to much pressure on myself to produce to a certain level rather than enjoying...
I would be interested to know what your motivation to take images is....more so from an non-professional perspective than from a pro/semi-pro. What do you do with all your images once they are...
I should quantify that I don't use the 300 much any more...time doesn't allow for wildlife shooting so i generally shoot scapes and macro. Plus the 300 is heavy and generally left at home.
I'm looking to change my Sigma 70-200 to the new Nikon F4 version. To do this I would need to sell my 300F4 AFS.....but what's it worth? It's in excellent condition, clean glass, silent focus, both...
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