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[PIC_THREAD] Landscapes, Architecture, Seascapes

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

  1. scamartist

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    Those images are superb with the 3rd image being my favourite.
     
  2. Merlin5

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    Thanks very much buddy. I do like a bit of glow and sparkle. :D Loving yours too by the way, particularly the one with the big crashing waves.
     
  3. JDR82

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    Scamartist, your second image and Merlin5 your third image..... both absolutely stunning.
     
  4. Merlin5

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    Thank you very much, JDR82, appreciate that.
     
  5. Ali195

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    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.

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    Darth Vader
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  6. Merlin5

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    Great shots, Ali. I really like #1, 2 and 3.
     
  7. scamartist

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  8. Sonea Fifer

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    Location: On the forest moon Endor

    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:

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  9. Ali195

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    We need an exchange program :cry: as I'm dying for some lovely countryside shots now.
     
  10. Derek W

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    Location: Glebe Park

    No classic James Bond photo from Glen Etive :(
     
  11. And

    Wise Guy

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    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 :)

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    Talacre storm
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  12. Cyclone

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    [​IMG]Docklands Skyline

    A view of the Docklands area from Alexandra Palace. Weather wasn't great, but managed this from 3 images.
     
  13. GSXRMovistar

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  14. GSXRMovistar

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    Love these, so my sort of thing. :cool:
     
  15. Merlin5

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    Thanks, night time long exposures are good fun to do.:)
     
  16. Captain

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    Surprisingly easy, F/11, ISO64/100 and a 30 second exposure to start with.
     
  17. Sonea Fifer

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    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 :D
     
  18. Derek W

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    Who said anything about including your motor in the shot :p

    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! :D
     
  19. And

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    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 :D

     
  20. JDR82

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    A couple from a current work trip in Shetland:

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