Well I finally got round to processing some of the other landscape attempts I took a while back. Again I'm in a new area, without a tripod (so working single shot) and didn't have time to wait for better lighting (very much "snapshot landscape work!) So without further ado: All taken with Canon 400D + 70-200mm f2.8 IS L http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4072/4650825700_33ffdaec56_b.jpg f8, ISO 400, 1/200sec http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4058/4650824972_d906df0bca_b.jpg f8, ISO 200, 1/200sec The rocks in this didn't come out as sharp as I would have liked and I suspect my rough focusing method failed me here; since it appears I got the foreground, but not the background. Again an example that I need to learn hyperfocal focusing stuff. http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4069/4650826264_69c1e494a6_b.jpg f8, ISO 400, 1/60sec shutter getting a bit slow here and it shows with some blur in the trees - sadly at ISO 400 I wasn't prepared to go higher with ISO in already dimming conditions. http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4055/4650824254_255c6888fb_b.jpg f8, ISO 200, 1/200sec I do wonder, now I see it on the net (I do wish there was a "preview in flickr" button in elements ) if I should have done a bit more with the contrast in this shot just to give it a little bit more punch. So there we are - 4 more landscape attempts - and I would greatly apprecaite any input people have in these - either on the compositional or the technical or the editing side.