>>>>Thursday landscape thread 21st March 2013<<<<
Welcome to the landscape thread. As always, last week's was full of some amazing Landscapes from all cross the world.
Last week's thread: http://forums.dpreview.com/forums/post/51036816
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I told Rick, two weeks ago, that lonely trees was one of my favourite subject. Here is a few samples of my huge collection :-). From Valdes Peninsula Argentina, Bryce Canyon, Black Canyon, Grand Canyon and Torres del Payne Chile.
Taken with my FZ30 six years ago, still one of my favourite photos. Looks good in B&W too. I now have the fz200 but miss some of the features of the 30. Haven't had the 200 in the mountains yet but hope to next month.
Sorry for the double post, I lost the text when posting the photo. Some things are not quite so easy on an iPad.
Nighttime handheld in pro low light mode.
The camera takes 4 frames, each of those 4 frame are the result of 2 frames using the sensor split in half, so a total 8 frames combined in camera for the result. Sounds complicated but it works and its all done in camera with one shutter press.
Post processed in Painshop Pro X5.
One of my favorite park to visit when I'm home in Houston, Texas. This was Feb or Mar 2012. They have a good nature trail (about 4 miles of trail) and a good place to unwind and relax. Spring is the best time for a visit.
Since the ground rules don't specify equipment used, I'll post these.
I just got a very nice Epson V500 Photo scanner which is really good "for a flatbed scanner" as 'they' say. I think it's marvelous: great scans with digital ICE, and very little fuss - I load in 4 slides while reading email or DP Review, and it automatically does whatever is necessary, opening a window with the images when it's done.
With your indulgence, two film shots from the Past. Fuji ST701 SLR with Fujinon 50mm lens:
And last but not least, one from my previous Tasmania trip, taken with the Panasonic TZ1 - still a great camera, IMHO:
'He who hesitates is not only lost - he's miles from the next Exit.'
There is now a problem with downloading from the gallery.
How did your gorgeous beach photo replace my two of Mt Wapta?
The link is still to my gallery and photo.
Strange things are happening on this site this afternoon. For a while your Tasmania photo was showing on my posts of Mt Wapta. Now it is back to my photos again.
Very nice Bruno, you seem to live in a fantastic place. The mountains on the back are looking great... I am hoping to see a picture of you on the summit Nice composition... as usual
Very nice Lee, perfect composition and works well in B&W
Eric, the 3rd one is my favourite. Nice colours... well done