Love that stainless ball shot!!! awesome... what is the lens?... 1:1 camera?...
Cannot stop laughing at #10!!! Seems like the "Stikine river" hit him pretty hard!!!
Anyhow!!!... lets go see if we can't find some dirty windows!!!
Be well... Ara & Spirit
I took this a few years ago at a dealership promo.
I've got a few coming that I took last weekend at the same location as this one below, just haven't had a chance to convert all my files yet since I've been shooting mostly RAW as of late, plus working on converting my photos over to my new gallery
which can be viewed HERE
I'm using Nikon d200 with 18-200 VR lens thanks
Originally Posted by Beemerchef
You just can't beat Paul's Alaska Peak reflection photo as the epitomal scenic shot. The one element that sets it apart is the perfectly positioned small conifer in the foreground. I'm assuming that was intentional!
Wish I was up there with you guys instead of down here in the sweltering Georgia heat wave.
I learned a few years ago that with mountain shots, the foreground is everything. If you get the foreground right, the mountain can take care of itself. A few feet difference doesn't mean much to the mountain, miles away. But a few feet in the foreground can make a huge difference.
Originally Posted by Boxer
Paul Glaves - "Big Bend", Texas U.S.A
"The greatest challenge to any thinker is stating the problem in a way that will allow a solution." - Bertrand Russell
I Used to Be Someone
A very interesting first post! Welcome!
Originally Posted by lightzoo
How are you liking the 18-200 VR?
Originally Posted by jantarek
I just upgraded from my D70 to the D300 (wow...), and picked up the 18-200 VR lens at the same time. Honestly, it's not the best lens I've ever used, but it is certainly light and versatile. VR is useful, but I sometimes wish I could open the aperture just a little more for greater depth of field, and it does creep when straight up or down (not an issue if I simply hold the lens, but may be a problem if using a tripod and/or shooting remotely).
Do you have any useful tips?
Originally Posted by SheRidesABeemer
I joined the MOA on the recommendation from a couple new friends I made while at the Mountaineer Cass Rally. I had no idea IÔÇÖd find the other side of my riding here as well.
Here's a "reflection" shot that I was working on. More of a rough-draft than anything: the lighting is poor, they are too close to the corner of the wall, their earrings don't match, etc... I would like to pursue this further as it could make a nice addition to our framed family photos.