Discussion in 'Photography & Video' started by Rojin, 20 Sep 2012.
Those images are superb with the 3rd image being my favourite.
Thanks very much buddy. I do like a bit of glow and sparkle. Loving yours too by the way, particularly the one with the big crashing waves.
Scamartist, your second image and Merlin5 your third image..... both absolutely stunning.
Thank you very much, JDR82, appreciate that.
Never done city photography before but after being back at work in London since WFH March last year i got itch to take some shots.
14-24 2.8 Nikon Z6 II. Some with ND1000 (10 stop) filter.
Great shots, Ali. I really like #1, 2 and 3.
Superb shots Ali, images 2 and 3 are my favourites. The shots of London are making me want to travel out that way and try some city images.
Some from Islay off the west coast of Scotland.
Port Ellen lighthouse by Carl Jorgensen, on Flickr
Gruinart sunrise by Carl Jorgensen, on Flickr
Tiger stripe beach by Carl Jorgensen, on Flickr
Loving these London architectural images - I'm looking forward to heading back down these myself early next year.
Here's a few images taken from a drive through Glencoe taken last week:
We need an exchange program as I'm dying for some lovely countryside shots now.
No classic James Bond photo from Glen Etive
Big tide with 2m waves and a storm earlier this week so had a drive out to a local lighthouse. RE: Glencoe, I'm up there for a week in January
by Andy Davis, on Flickr
A view of the Docklands area from Alexandra Palace. Weather wasn't great, but managed this from 3 images.
Fantastic, I want to have a go at something like this.
Love these, so my sort of thing.
Thanks, night time long exposures are good fun to do.
Surprisingly easy, F/11, ISO64/100 and a 30 second exposure to start with.
Let's be honest and admit that particular shot has been done to death now - also I'm driving an MX5 which, while great fun on these roads wouldn't quite have the same impact photographically speaking
Hoping the weather holds out for you @And - you should get some fantastic Winter images there
Who said anything about including your motor in the shot
I appreciate the sentiment though, its been done to death however I see it more as having something that I've taken rather than admiring someone elses photo. Prime example earlier on in this topic (not sure what page) I posted a photo of the south tip of New York when i was there 5 yrs ago. The shot has been done to death, however the experience of flying doors off in a chopper around New York to get 'that photo' was worth it and I'm proud of the photo i took. Others may take a better photo of the same scene but it's not mine!
Thanks, I hope so too. I'm trying to avoid looking at any Glencoe winter images so I've nothing in my head if that makes sense
A couple from a current work trip in Shetland:
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