09-03-2018 07:50 PM
Fatcat, thank you. The first poster wrote post one image, I'm hoping that they meant, post one image per post.
I try to keep my landscape images as simlpe, with as few elements in the image as possible. When I achieve this, which isn't that often, I'm usually happy with the shot.
This image of the Great Dividing Range, in the New England Wilderness of New South Wales, was also taken at 400mm. The soft haze in the valley is smoke.
09-03-2018 08:30 PM
10-13-2018 07:37 AM
Adding a person to your landscape can help your image tell a story. People, or even a single individual, may add mystery and adventure to your landscape, causing your viewers to wonder who,
10-29-2018 09:41 AM - last edited on 10-30-2018 10:10 AM by Danny
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the intense vicinity on the lowest left is Paola. KS (15 miles) and the intense region on the right is Ottawa, KS (20 miles) which has a huge Walmart distribution center there. it's far in no way night time there! that is instantly South from me. I can't shoot to the North as Kansas town which is set forty miles away is too vivid.
also stuck a jet passenger aircraft.
11-05-2018 02:25 PM
Canon EOS 77D
@Lens EFS-S55-250mm @100mm
1/800 f/5.0 ISO 100
Shot from back of a train on the way to Denali Alaska
Love the contrast of green, blue and brown colors. The railroad tracks provide a great leading line towards the mountains.
11-05-2018 03:29 PM
You may not need more FL. 300mm on the 7D will be pretty good. Actually acting like a 480mm on my 1DX. I shoot a lot of birds with only 300mm. It is 300mm on my 1DX. You are right, you need a better lens and I guess truth be known you never have enough FL.
I did no longer. i used to be running and now not on my own. It became a hectic week and i was dead worn-out while we have been via.
EOS 1DX and 1D Mk IV, in conjunction with, a whole lot of other stuff.