Micro Four Thirds(GX7 GX8) and Travel Photography

Started Jul 6, 2017 | Photos thread
OP wiryawan Regular Member • Posts: 188
Re: Micro Four Thirds(GX7 GX8) and Travel Photography

kiwigirl wrote:

Most wonderful set of images! (Note to self ~ "get my 9-18 out more often!")

I'm still trying to figure out how you managed a picture of the Church of the Good Shepherd without any tourists in the shot?? Although we didn't go to that spot this time we spent two weeks travelling down south in May - and were gob-smacked at just how many tourists were around in the so-called off-peak season!

Great to see that you enjoyed your trip, and got some real wall-hangers out of your shots. Beautiful set of images!

Kiwigirl, thank you so much for the kind comment!

There happen to be many tourists there when I was there, I could say about 20 to 30 people approximately, and I just waited until they were all gone in a very brief moment and quickly take the shot. This was about two weeks ago.

I was thinking about trying the averaging method in Photoshop, but I didn't have my tripod with me at that time. Maybe you can consider that method too

Thanks once again

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