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#19, let's go :)

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Tuscan hills


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Originally posted by pegelli pegelli wrote:

Tuscan hills

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Beautiful picture with great colors! And a nice example why to bring a 70-200 (or similar) lens for landscape photoraphy
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Originally posted by Mark Twain Mark Twain wrote:


Beautiful picture with great colors! And a nice example why to bring a 70-200 (or similar) lens for landscape photoraphy
Thanks Mark and very true. I spent a week in Tuscany last year shooting landscapes. Over two third of the pictures were in the 80-200 mm equiv. FF range. I find isolating small pieces of landscape can lead to interesting compositions with minimal distractions. Wide angles have their function as well, but lead to very different pictures.
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Icelandic landscape in the evening sun


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I enjoy seeing a photograph from Iceland that is not a waterfall!
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Originally posted by Winwalloe Winwalloe wrote:

I enjoy seeing a photograph from Iceland that is not a waterfall!


Another picture from Godafoss would have been too much for me too
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You wanted Icelandic landscapes without waterfalls, here is one:

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Originally posted by addy landzaat addy landzaat wrote:

You wanted Icelandic landscapes without waterfalls, here is one


That works! And you didn't convert to B&W either so that's cool :D
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The Rockies in winter

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