Standard Lens (only 40-60mm - or equivalent - please read the full rules!)
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Show us how to use a standard lens, a ‘nifty fifty’! You must have used a standard lens for the photo. Make sure you describe the lens accurately when you enter. This is a challenge in the theme - Seven Lenses. Later challenges will be these: - Portrait lens (75mm to 135mm - full frame equivalent). - Telephoto lens (150mm or more - full frame equivalent). - Pinhole lens (a photograph made without glass between the subject and the sensor).
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Tuesday, 7th November, 2017 – Monday, 13th November, 2017 (GMT)
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Who needs a wide angle lens for majestic mountain views? It was the first clear morning during my 5-day camping in the Denali National Park, Alaska, USA. On top of the hill near the Wonder Lake Campground, there was nobody else but me enjoying this moment of solitude. The colorful tundra and the majestic Mount Denali lured me into the backcountry trail. I set my camera to interval shooting and let it fire by itself. And luckily, I was in the right spot in several photos.
|Submitted:||Saturday, 4th November, 2017 06:26 (GMT)|
|Taken:||Tuesday, 12th September, 2017|
|Focal length:||53 mm|
|Shutter speed:||1/20 sec|
|Notes:||Shot with the Pentax DFA 28-105mm lens @ 53mm, using the Pentax K1 body.|
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