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Simplicity

Discussion in 'Exhibition Lounge' started by Dimitri_Vasiliou, Aug 19, 2007.

  1. Dimitri_Vasiliou

    Dimitri_Vasiliou Well-Known Member

    First i need to apologise for not being able (time wise) to spend more time and comment on pictures (some of them superb) of other members , some times i wish there were more than 24 hours in a day.

    About the picture now.
    My eye caught this tree while i was driving around the isle of Bute and i just loved its isolation , just standing there on its own in an empty field waiting for someone to take its picture.
    Well,i couldn`t resist.

    12 mm on a full frame camera.

    Exif data

    Link for larger version

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  2. Gordon_McGeachie

    Gordon_McGeachie In the Stop Bath

    I like this picture.

    A nice simple shot that works well....
     
  3. fabs

    fabs Well-Known Member

    That is absolutely gorgeous. I long to photograph landscapes like that. :cool:
     
  4. Gordon_McGeachie

    Gordon_McGeachie In the Stop Bath

    I wll be ordering my new Sigma 10-20 lens at the end of the month..

    Cant wait, I so much needed the extra few degrees of coverage at a wedding yesterday for a big group shot.

    And of course, I can use it for shots like this............
     
  5. Zou

    Zou Well-Known Member

    So move to Scotland! /forums/images/graemlins/tongue.gif
     
  6. fabs

    fabs Well-Known Member

    But there's so much of England I haven't photographed yet! ;)
     
  7. JaySteel

    JaySteel Well-Known Member

    Great photo. I wish I could convince my wife how much we need a Sigma 10-20 more than school uniforms for the kids!
     
  8. Zou

    Zou Well-Known Member

    Come north of the border and you won't miss it. Still, if you do, Northumbria and Cumbria are not far away.

    Seriously though, if you can arrange a week/10 days/fortnight photo trip up here, you'll find yourself surrounded by photogenic stuff all the time. Unless you go to the Buckfast triangle, of course.
     
  9. fabs

    fabs Well-Known Member

    Well I've been to Buckfast Abbey but that's in Devon and I don't suppose the triangle's THAT big! /forums/images/graemlins/tongue.gif
     
  10. Zou

    Zou Well-Known Member

    You'd be surprised. Anyway, the abbey's alcoholic bevy is the drink of choice in the Buckfast triangle (east of Glasgow).

    Sorry Dmitri, we've gone off topic! :eek:
     
  11. aiwa_yamaha

    aiwa_yamaha Well-Known Member

    Really nice picture.
     
  12. fabs

    fabs Well-Known Member

    Amazing how Abbotts seem to brew the best alcohol!

    BTW, Is it National Avatar Changing Day? (1st Chris Brookes, now you?) ;)
     
  13. ChrisBrookes

    ChrisBrookes Well-Known Member

    LOL !!! I just got sick of my gosling, for some reason though I cannot get as nicely detailed avatars as everyone else !
     
  14. fabs

    fabs Well-Known Member

    I think a lot download avatars from various sites. I believe this one is popular.

    Me? I just took a picture of myself in a mirror! ;)
     
  15. John_Baker

    John_Baker Well-Known Member

    Stunning as always! - looking at the exif I see this was done on your 12-24, I was particularly interest in seeing the set up with the Cokin x holder fitted to the lens you are showing on the site – could you give some details about how you find it works as a system, plus have you used it with a polar filter??
    Feeling grumpy now as I turned down second-hand X kit going for a song, I was basically offered the holder plus some grads for £50 – Bum!!!
     
  16. Dimitri_Vasiliou

    Dimitri_Vasiliou Well-Known Member

    £ 50 ???
    wow,thats a great deal.
    I find that it works well with one grad on it although the very top gets a bit dark if you include too much sky in the frame but if used sensibly it seems good.
    I`ll create a PDF file soon and upload it here for the other members to see how the system works.
     
  17. Leslie77

    Leslie77 Active Member

    What a great image. Nice work with that, Dimitri ;)
     
  18. gazhilla

    gazhilla Well-Known Member

    Dimitri,
    as always simply stunning, you are a great example of what can be achieved, only posting images of a very very high standard. Now I do wish I could move up there for 10 to 20 days a year, far better skies than even gods country here. :cool:
     
  19. Badgerman

    Badgerman Well-Known Member

    Agree, A great shot :)
     
  20. Gordon_McGeachie

    Gordon_McGeachie In the Stop Bath

    [yippee mode on]After doing a wedding last weekend I have managed to persuade my wife to let me get one at the end of the month.[/yippee mode off]
     

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