More great shots :thumbup: I like the monkey more in this set.
I think the color saturation really makes the shot ;) Doesn't always work, but for some reason, I like it in this one. The crop is a big...
Hm...I just chalked that up to shallow DoF. I'll take a look at it, Thanks!
The warmth of shot #2 makes it my favorite. #3 is nice too. I think the photo you posted earlier with the portrait orientation was even better though.
Reverse macro, as in, turning the lens over? Hmmm...I tried that once, and I had almost no focus point at all. These look great!
Sorry if the numbering was confusing. The first one is taken with a friend's digital camera just to show off the camera. The other three are...
Sunny side up? :D
I'm partial to skies myself... ;)
Great thread. I was worried I would have to settle for $6+ per roll at some other dealers :D
I like them both...good job!
About the same time that I got my Nikon, I also recieved an old Yasica-Mat TLR. This camera is quite challenging to operate and uses...
Very nice! Great lighting, timing and composition :)
Oops, I didn't register that you said you were on vacation, lol. That might be hard to do a re-shoot then ;)
Awesome shot! I'm partial to planes, but the landscape is sharp and the silhoutte gives a nice balance to the composition.
Great shots. I especially like the captures of the owls.
Cool subject! I think #1 could use more sky, and less road. #2 is really interesting too.
The textures and colors are great, good work!
#1 is like a painting...awesome! :)
The bus takes attention away from the landscape, and the bright reflection on the front doesn't help.
I do like this composition a lot. I don't know if it was intentional, but the light halo around the boats is a bit distracting, but otherwise...
Did you remove the second shot? I can't see it.
The first one, I presume, looks awesome!
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