they look ok
I must say, the prices look very attractive.
I like #11 the best!
Those were just fantastic! Thanks for sharing them.
Deardorff: Taken with a Canon 1DsMkII camera.
Naturally nothing else from any other brand is worth anywhere near what Canon photos are...
Any word about which lens?
I think it looks very nice.
Rating cameras these days in general is overrated!
They're all quite good!
Looks like a Winner!
zakk9: Isn't it a bit strange to call it "High-end full frame roundup" and include the low-end D610, 6D and A7 but not the high end 1DX and D4s?
This was your original post and you messed up.
There should be a comma between "high-end" and "full frame" to signify that "high end" modifies the noun "roundup" and not the second adjective "full frame". This message brought to you by your friendly grammar nazi...
"roundup"<------ mistake.... edit by you to be "camera"
bigdaddave: I'll probably get suspended again but frankly the final result wasn't worth all the bother
GARDS! Take this man to the cooler! 😉
What a great idea and it sounds like a lot of fun to!
......sound of crickets.....chirr....dhirrrr....chirrrr...chirrrrr.....
Apewithacamera: It's nice to see Nikon starting to catch up to Canon. Thanks for the video.
oops I forgot the ;-)
It's nice to see Nikon starting to catch up to Canon. Thanks for the video.
Looks like a winner!
I like #15 the best!
HowaboutRAW: did #1 really have to be cliché softcore?
The woman in #1 could simply be massaging her neck relieving the pain caused by the rather large chapeau placed on her head?
and we got a bra strap showing in #7! What's the world coming to and why aren't these ladies wearing burkas? ;-)
Kim Letkeman: Hmmm ... can't agree at all with the choice of crop or angle. The beach sand is such a dominating element that it needs to be made interesting by creating some angle. Straight on as it is feels wrong to me. I was originally thinking that stepping to the right until the entire rock on the left could be contained and the sand pattern was angled to the front and left diagonally was the right choice. And I still think it would have worked well.
But then I saw the amazing large rocks on both sides, framing the shot in a truly interesting way and think that might have been an excellent image as well. And it would have worked at a longer aspect ratio, i.e. a true panorama. Printed as a tryptic would made it a smashing success I would bet.
But this image does nothing for me other than to confirm for the millionth time that there is a very target rich environment there ...
Your photo is indeed very balanced but we know what was cropped out. The base of the rock (left side) has a very complimentary curve with which balances out the curves in the sand (right side).
I would love to see a re-crop and read opinions for each.Cheers
I also enjoyed reading your posted article thanks for sharing! :-)