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5 years 4 months ago - 5 years 3 months ago #624 by Andrew Olson
Hello all, here are a two photos taken back in November of 2011, which I might think fall under the landscape category. I am very fond of black and white images, especially a good landscape.

Nikon D5000
35 f/1.8
1/125 at f/5.6
ISO 200
Edited in Lightroom 4



Nikon D5000
35 f/1.8
1/125 at f/4
ISO 200
Edited in Lightroom 4




Comments and criticism welcome.

Andrew Olson
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5 years 4 months ago #627 by Serdar Dikdik
Nice photos, thank you for the share.

because you ask, my only critic is;
watch out the leveling for your camera before the shutter release. horizon line needs to be tilted. little but I am seeing it.

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5 years 4 months ago #628 by Christian Udarbe
I agree with Serdar. Watch your leveling, it's quite apparent looking at the sky on the second photo. Otherwise, all good! :)


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5 years 4 months ago #646 by Serdar Dikdik
Also my friend,

if you can afford, go for a wider lens 14-24 or 24mm or since you are dx user a 10mm.

Than you will enjoy the landscape photography much much more. enter another dimension of the landscape photography with the wide lens.
for example I am talking about the first photo, if you had that photo with a wider lens and the camera closer to road surface, that road will have so much meaning within the frame.

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5 years 4 months ago #667 by Gregory Cazillo
Just don't get stuck on only shooting wide lenses for landscapes. Many great images have been made with 24-70s or 70-200s.

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5 years 4 months ago #673 by Andrew Olson
Being that the telephone poles and road signs (and the how the clouds were in the sky) were slightly tilted in the first place, I think that added to the feeling of the horizon being skewed, but nonetheless I fixed them both.





Andy

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5 years 4 months ago #676 by Serdar Dikdik
yeap better my friend.

thank you for the share, waiting the newer ones

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5 years 3 months ago #969 by Stephen
Hi
Here's two I took this last year (my first year with Dslr )
Thanks for looking :)




photo.JPG by Oilte , on Flickr




Camera Nikon D3100
Exposure 8
Aperture f/22.0
Focal Length 22 mm
Focal Length 22.4 mm
ISO Speed 100




Dalkey Island by Oilte , on Flickr



Camera Nikon D3100
Exposure 0.002 sec (1/500)
Aperture f/9.0
Focal Length 18 mm
Focal Length 18.3 mm

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5 years 3 months ago #975 by Serdar Dikdik
I really liked the last one. It no crisp and clear.

Good wor my friend

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