Riverdelta

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  1. Triehard

    Triehard TPF Noob!

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    Standing on top of a hill somewhere in Ireland, I saw this scene.
    Never saw anything like it before unless from in a plain.
    Off course there was no way i'd let this shot slip.
    As always C&C's are well apreciated.:)

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    Camera Model: NIKON CORPORATION (NIKON D200)
    Lens Focal Length: 70,00 mm ()
    Shutter Speed: 1/80 sec
    F-Number: F13,0
    ISO: 100
    Compensation: EV -6/6

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    Camera Model: NIKON CORPORATION (NIKON D200)
    Lens Focal Length: 160,00 mm ()
    Shutter Speed: 1/50 sec
    F-Number: F11,0
    ISO: 100
    Compensation: EV -2/6

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    Camera Model: NIKON CORPORATION (NIKON D200)
    Lens Focal Length: 31,00 mm ()
    Shutter Speed: 1/40 sec
    F-Number: F16,0
    ISO: 200
    Compensation: EV -4/6
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    abraxas No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Unique viewpoint. I like the last one very much- You brought out the color nicely. Maybe slightly sharpish.
     
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    such a beautiful place
     
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    Love the colors in the river. Nice shot
     
  5. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    While the top view shows sooo well how the river transports sediments out into the sea (?), the light and colours in the last photo here are instantly impressive (even more so than the top view which gains its impressiveness from other things, such as the pov). Beautiful!
     
  6. Triehard

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    Thx a lot again for your reactions, I must say I was quite pleased with the results aswell.:):)
    @ Abraxas the sharpness can be caused by the lens witch is amazingly sharp.
    It's the 70-200 VR nikon and it's very hard to take unsharp pics with that one :wink::wink:.
    @Lafoto what's a pov???:confused:
    @Aliaks I now remember where it was taken. The Wyclow mountains beneath Dublin...a must see when you ever visit Ireland, more impressive than the Connemara imho.
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    That's got to look just insanely great full size or on a large print. Very striking.
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    pov = point of view ;)
     
  9. Triehard

    Triehard TPF Noob!

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    @Lafoto oh i see doh i can be such a dimwitt sometimes.:oops::oops:
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