Wednesday Landscapes, 12 September 2018

Discussion in 'Landscape' started by Leslie Reid, Sep 12, 2018.

  1. Awesome arches shot Sergio. I've love to see how you had to adjust the movements to get everything so well lined up and that depth of field nailed.
  2. kmac, I've posted this question on another site: where do you get these beautiful landscapes from? They remind me of the Wolgan Valley, or back of Broke. They are good. Would love to know. Regards, Arthur (apiarist1)
  3. Greg M, where was that shot taken? It;s good. Reminds me of the Canadian west coast. Regards, Arthur (apiarist1)
  4. The Capertee valley, a little further north than Wolgan valley. Others from the Megalong valley in the Blue Mountains. The B&W landscape scene in this thread is in Queensland
  5. Yes. You are blessed with great land. You get into the Megalong? It has been years for me, actually decades, as a teenager going down from Govett's leap, and then Perry's lookdown, into Blue Gums. I think it was burnt out. Not Megalong. Never got there. And now I'm too old to even contemplate. Thank you kmac, your shots are good, and evoke a landscape lost in time for me. Thank you. Regards, Arthur (apiarist1)
  6. Greg, Thanks. Just front tilt and stopping down the 90 SA to around f/22 provides good focus from foreground to infinity with that much working distance.
  7. More "desert landscape in historical perspective".

  8. There’s a nature walk in San Francisco, from the Cliff House restaurant at Point Lobos, by the ruins of the Sutros Baths and through the Golden Gate towards the bridge.
  9. Lost Dutchman State Park
    Flatiron, on a mid-September morning _DSC0057-Edit_edit.jpg
  10. Scott, beautiful shot, and being able to retain all that detail in the sky just makes it for me. I see way too many images like this with blown sky/cloud detail and my eyes just cannot avoid being drawn to that over whatever the other subject matter in the scene is, no matter how good it might be.

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