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[PIC_THREAD] Landscapes, Architecture, Seascapes

Discussion in 'Photography & Video' started by Rojin, 20 Sep 2012.

  1. Steve M

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  2. And

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  3. stument

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  4. Steve M

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    Milford ( not the wales one )
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    Nice - how you finding it? Seems a very good price for an ND filter.
     
  9. GSXRMovistar

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    Thanks, for its price it seems ok. However the above was taken on a rotten day in awful conditions (windy, raining and very overcast) so would like to give it another test under more pleasing conditions.
     
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    Taken 3rd Feb 2019, last time there was some descent snow at Onecote Staffsmoorlands.
    Nikon D610 with the crappy kit lens 28-70, should have used the Sigma art 35mm f1.4 as thats in another World quality wise.
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  13. LostPhil

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    I've been trying out a water damaged lens that I've cleaned up in the hope of getting back into photography (that doesn't involve my son!). Detour on the way to work this morning:

    [​IMG]Closing Time, on Flickr

    [​IMG]Grave Rays, on Flickr

    Both out of camera JPGs, but I like them as is.
     
  14. JDR82

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    Always seemed to focus on wildlife with th Nikon D7200 picked up a Fuji X-T20 last year and been enjoying trying my hand at landscapes and long exposures.

    One from my local beach

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    You must work right around the corner from me!
     
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    Took this while in Perth last year

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