Taken at Weymouth in August last year. I'm an inexperienced landscape photographer and I would like to know what others, who are more experienced, think of this. An unmodified, except for the removal of half a dozen navigation buoys, sooc jpeg taken with my then new X-H1, and the 16-55 f2.8 zoom.
I took a weekend trip to the Davis Mountains this weekend...This is probably my favorite shot of the bunch took. I'll get some more on here tomorrow.
EDIT: I'm typing this edit from my phone, my keyboard is officially dead (I typed the above with the onscreen click keyboard, hence the blandness that comes off in it's tone lolol) I got in not long ago and still processing a few others, can't wait to get em posted!
I came across this article on a feed and thought it was worth sharing. This young South African photographer has made an incredible image of the Milky Way above Cape Town, from atop Table Mountain. Read the article to see how he did it with... an Olympus EM-10 and kit lens!
link to article
I will be sharing more of the stuff I find on this board, I encourage you all to do the same. Let's get the conversations going again on this slick new platform.
Some photos from a trip through Victoria's High Country from between Christmas and New Year. Unfortunately been a bit busy so it has taken a while to get round to processing and posting them.
The trip stared with a few nights camping at Lake Cobbler, located on a plateau at a height of around 1000m.
Lake Cobbler Pano
The campsite among the trees was a bit dusty.
From the campsite it was a short walk down through a few small water falls
but these were only the start of something bigger.
Dandongadale Falls (Victoria’s longest falls with a 255m drop).
Some dreadful weather, but really wanted to be out hiking.
Unanimously acknowledged by all my mates as good training for the Scottish winter hiking trip coming in February...
The company was focused much more on walking than taking pictures (you would not want to stop too much in that weather anyway) so only a few snapshots when conditions allowed it.
Most of the time we were in cloud/fog and strong winds.