Wednesday Landscapes, 15 August 2018

Discussion in 'Landscape' started by Leslie Reid, Aug 15, 2018.

  1. Yeah, sunrise and sunset lighting is great for landscapes, but sometimes it’s the harsh afternoon light that makes an image work. An afternoon wind had awakened the surface of Crater Lake, and the island became a foil to show off the sparkles. I'm making a resolution to go out and chase mid-afternoon light more regularly, just to see what happens.

  2. NICE, Leslie! I like sparkly water, too, but this is the best use of it I've seen.
    Leslie Reid and michaellinder like this.
  3. Landscape with Steller's sea lions with pups on the Farallon Islands to which I took a whale-watching tour. PN-8392-2.jpg
  4. Double posting, please delete.
  5. White House Ruins, Canyon de Chelly, Arizona (1992).

  6. Slot Canyons, NE Arizona, 1997.

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    Leslie - that looks like a snow-covered field. Maybe try B&W to enhance that impression?
  8. hnedrys and santa cruz island BW s.jpg

    Hendry's Beach, Santa Barbara, with Santa Cruz Island in the background.
  9. Not sure whether I'm allowed a second shot. . . This one was taken of a tidal pool near the Nova Scotia shoreline. fullsizeoutput_29a2copy.jpg
  10. Lake Wenachi, Washington, August 2018

    Sony A7Riii + Loxia 50/2, 1/1000, f/8, ISO 100
  11. Winter, Silverton, Colorado (1994). Zone VI 8x10 Field, Kodak 10" Wide Field Ektar, Ilford FP4, PMK Pyro.
  12. Cross and Wall, Galisteo, New Mexico (1994).

  13. Ebb Tide, Matanzas Inlet, Florida (1990)

  14. Landscape Arch, Arches National Park, Utah, 1992. (ZVI 8x10 Field, 150mm Nikkor SW, Tri-X, D-76)

  15. View of downtown from the lake, with the Leica M262 and 35mm f2 Summicron ASPH.


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